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We use a tool called Remote Desktop Commander to track the RDP Bandwidth consumption of our users. They offer a lite version of their tool that will show you bandwidth consumption by user session (very similar to TSAdmin), as well as a full data collection and reporting package in the suite version. We schedule reports that show RDP transfer by server and ...


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Something similar happens with networking. Due to protocol overhead/10bits physical for 8 bits of pure data, it turns out a wash of 1:10 ratio rather than 1:8 when it comes to translating G or Mbps to real G or MBps. So Sata 3 is 6Gbps? Expect maximum 600MB/s. Ethernet at 100Mbps? 10MB/s. And so on.


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I've finally finished implementing the tool which helps me to monitor Internet bandwidth utilization by each computer in my home network. I have shared Internet with my neighborhoods and sometimes when Internet hangs I want to know what is the reason. Who does consume 8 MBit/sec input and 0.5Mbit/sec output directions. In the EtherApe I did not find how to ...


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There is a extension named User Agent Switcher available for both Google-Chrome and Mozilla-Firefox.Here is the link for its chrome extension: User-Agent-Switcher-for-chrome Install this extension and restart your web browser. After that an icon will appear on the right-top corner of your browser. Click on that icon and select Android. Then open any ...


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Wi-Fi is for convenience, not for speed. Also, replace anything Ethernet with Wi-Fi in the visual aids. Satellite TV has interference when it rains, the same thing can happen with Wi-Fi, when channels are over-crowded. In the Wi-Fi Analyzer app, it should tell you what the best channels are. You should be able to switch channels in your router's ...


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Within the normal range, the strength of the signal is not a problem as long as there is not another signal stronger on the same channel. There are Windows / Linux applications that can show a diagram of the way the channels of multiple signals superimpose. You have to check that and if that's the case, change your router to a less overcrowded channel.



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