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Hey guys 'n gals!

Firstly, I'm new to these awesome forums, and look forward to an awesome time.

I am looking for a Bandwidth Monitor that can monitor various IP adresses in my household.

Basically, I have three computers, a PS3, two iPhones and an iPod all using the same WiFi spot in my house. I am living in South Africa and we have bandwidth limits (I know... poor us...) - I was wandering if anyone knew of a Mac Application that can monitor the bandwidth usage of all of the systems on the network. I wander what's eating at the bandwidth...

Thanking in advanced

Boquito

PS: Please excuse if this has been posted before or if it is in the wrong section.
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The one I use is for each individual computer so not much use to you:
SurplusMeter 2.0.2 software download - Mac OS X - VersionTracker

Check if your ISP has an individual usage meter on your account that you could access online. Many also have additional options like email notifications when certain percentages of your cap are reached.
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The one I use is for each individual computer so not much use to you:
SurplusMeter 2.0.2 software download - Mac OS X - VersionTracker

Check if your ISP has an individual usage meter on your account that you could access online. Many also have additional options like email notifications when certain percentages of your cap are reached.
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Thanks! Yeah, our ISP is very amateur dare I say. We pay so much for 10gbs...

We've got the email notifications.

How much cap do you get in New Zealand?
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