I have a home network with many devices on it:
Is there a router and/or software that I can get that will allow me to track the bandwidth usage of all these devices? I'd like to be able to get some simple report or chart showing which device is using how much bandwidth and when.
Ok, didn't know that.
Then you should look at a router that support sFlow or Netflow. With that you should be able to monitor per machine/per protocol. Or use packet sniffing.
Have a look at: http://www.paessler.com/support/kb/questions/19
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