1. Rangan Das's Avatar
    I have a laptop that is directly connected to a wired WAN internet connection and I share the Internet connection with other devices using the netsh command prompt. Is there any way to see who are connected and more importantly, how much bandwidth each device is using?
    02-18-2016 04:13 AM
  2. Ed Boland's Avatar
    You should still be able to see all your connected devices in your router settings.

    For more detailed info about your network activity though, check out WireShark or NetworkMiner
  3. Ed Boland's Avatar
    You should still be able to see all your connected devices in your router settings.

    For more detailed info about your network activity though, check out WireShark or NetworkMiner
    02-18-2016 06:49 AM
  4. Ed Boland's Avatar
    Networx is another one.

    I've also read about people installing custom third party router firmware.
    02-18-2016 07:12 AM

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