SoftPerfect Traffic Meter monitors your network traffic. With SoftPerfect Traffic Meter, you can create a full-featured system for monitoring the Internet traffic usage of specific users on your home or office network.
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SoftPerfect Network Protocol Analyzer 3
15 SoftPerfect Network Protocol Analyzer is a free professional tool for analysing, maintaining and monitoring local networks and Internet connections. It captures the data passing through network card and represents this data in an easily readable form.
Description: SoftPerfect Traffic Meter monitors your network traffic. With SoftPerfect Traffic Meter, you can create a full-featured system for monitoring the Internet traffic of specific users on your home or office network. SoftPerfect Traffic Meter works in real time, i.e. its statistics are displayed immediately either graphically or numerically. SoftPerfect Traffic Meter can build tabular or graphic reports on incoming and outgoing traffic per day, week or month. Furthermore, these data can be exported into any other program, e.g. Microsoft Excel, for further processing.
SoftPerfect Traffic Meter is very useful for detecting problems on local area networks. With SoftPerfect Traffic Meter you can measure the actual data transmission rates on your network; detect the host generating the most traffic; find the amount of the traffic used by any one application.
SoftPerfect Traffic Meter can work with any type of proxy server (e.g. WinGate, WinRoute, etc.) or even without one as it has a direct access to the network card of the computer.
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