1. setting up an internet traffic counter
I own a tiny LAN that consists in two PS's: one runs WinXP Pro, the other
WinMe. The WinXP PC is connected to the internet by cable and has internet
connection sharing (ICS) enabled (for the second PC). I am considering
changing my internet connection subscription type to a cheaper one, that
offers a certain amount of traffic each month. In order to know which of the
subscriptions is the most economical for me, I need to know which is my
monthly internet traffic.
I see WinXP Pro has the possibility to track certain activities which go on
in the computer. I tried to set up a counter to measure the total traffic
through the NIC that connects to the internet cable, to no avail. I'm
totally lost at this point, so please tell me:
1. is it possible to use WinXP Pro internal resources to track my internet
traffic, or do I need another specialized program (if the latter, which
program would you recommend?)
2. if WinXP is able to track the traffic through a NIC, how should I set the
counter up, and how should I be able to read the results at the end of the
Any help is highly appreciated!
Thank you in advance,
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