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current internet traffic in C#

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I need to know the current internet traffic (not accumulative) result should show 100KB if 100KB is being downloaded now in simple C# code. I need the code in C#.

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hi MareiAlgarni

                       Check this link.

Show Network Traffic (sent and received):

http://dotnet-snippets.com/dns/show-network-traffic-sent-and-received-SID580.aspx
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