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Our ISP provides a breakdown of daily download/upload activity. I want to be able to view this by web site or application using bandwidth. Does anyone know of an app/software available for Mac OSX that will track this?
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You could try an application called SurplusMeter, available here: SkoobySoft - Skooby Utilities

Hope this is what your looking for, if not then give a shout back and i'll suggest something else for you.

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Thanks Simon. I am wanting a programme that reports the sites that are downloading/uploading info rather than just the volume of traffic.
Have had no success on my Google searches for this other than expensive commercial platforms.
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