Onlineeye Pro 1.4.5
This TCP/IP protocol monitor can be used to see your exact throughput on both incoming and outgoing data whether you are using a modem, cable modem, DSL or local network.
It lets you see how quickly your data goes from your computer to another computer on the Internet and will tell you how many other computers your data must go through to get there.
A graph shows time and speed history, allowing you to see what Internet activity took place when you were away from the computer. You can zoom and print the graph. The active taskbar icon graphs the current speed. A network monitor shows all Internet activity on your DSL connection and lets you unmask all spies. It also provides router and Windows Server and Workstation monitoring, and you can monitor and remote control small home networks or large server farms.
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