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I tried with Microsoft Netmonitor, but I don't know which column has to be added to get the Total usage (in MB).

I also want to know about what filter have to be applied to get only the INTERNET usages.

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A useful Windows utility that I have been using to track my Internet usage on my home machines is found at and at last look offered a service to track use of multiple computers using a website they have.

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If you want the total bandwidth your machine has to access the internet, from a machine that has flash.

Updated for more info

There are performance counters you can use: but basically add a counter for bytes received, sent, or total per second, then you could scale it (.001 for KB for example, or .000001 for MB/sec), these counters can either show stats for a specific network interface, or for all interfaces.

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This is a server, and I want all the network traffic from client machines, not the internet speed – Sreekumar Feb 12 '13 at 18:02
please see the edited Question – Sreekumar Feb 12 '13 at 18:26
@Sreekumar this server is a router that connects your clients to the internet? If not, does it stand between your clients and the internet in any way? – BigHomie Feb 12 '13 at 18:35
this is a server router/proxy – Sreekumar Feb 12 '13 at 20:00

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