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OS 10.4 - Network Monitoring Average Readings


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What are average network monitor readings when the system is not using any web browsers, email clients or known software to up or down load anything? The computer is believed to be in an idle state not requesting any network services. My upload flacuates between .0-.5 and the download 0.-.8 kb/s. Is there any reason for concern.
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