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Tools to graphically show who is sucking our bandwidth (20 users in office) SBServer2003 / MS Exchange

Posted on 2004-08-08
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We have a couple of severs in the office supporting 20 users. At times the bandwidth slows considerably and we suspect one or two users are using software such as Kazza. Does anyone know of software to monitor all DHCP clients and report their bandwidth usage ?

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Stewart Wood
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Hi,
       Use Internet Access Monitor.its a very handly tool to monitor indvidual users nework useage.

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Jut forgot to put the website
http://www.gold-software.com/download6430.html

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You could install Surfcontrol (free trial of it).

It's a filtering/reporting software that monitors internet usage.. great product!

http://www.surfcontrol.com/products/web/
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Thanks for that, point awarded on merit of speediest reply. Both solutions look great.
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