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How to monitor packets sent and received via a LAN Card or a Modem ?
I mean determining the number of bytes crossing over the Network Adapter or modem.
Please Help Me thx
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Hi have a look at this program Network traffic monitor

http://delphi.about.com/library/weekly/aa112903a.htm?terms=delphi++network+monitor+tool

the source code is avaible with it
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