How can i make IP monitoring ?

 so i need to see the website and bandwidth consumption for managing  my internet and network speed 

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  • Robin_from_Fing
    Robin_from_Fing Administrator, Fing Team Posts: 4,725
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    Hi @RAFIC
    You can make use of any external firewalls like Firewalla or Cujo which tracks and monitors the bandwidth consumption of the devices and provide parental controls on websites as well.
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    Lee_Bo
  • Lee_Bo
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    Like @Robin said, you're going to need some form of device that you will have to add to your network.  Many firewalls offer the data you are looking for.  If you have an old computer that's not being used and it has at least 2 LAN ports, PF Sense is a favorite of mine.  It's a free download but you will need some technical knowledge to get it installed, up and running.

    Hope this helped.
    Robin_from_Fing
  • ADU
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    How I can monitor Internet outages of my home?
  • Robin_from_Fing
    Robin_from_Fing Administrator, Fing Team Posts: 4,725
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    ADU said:
    How I can monitor Internet outages of my home?

    We have launched an outage detection service. This Internet outage detection is a free service that provides you awareness of your Internet connectivity quality, status, and issues. You will be able to get answers to all your Internet questions in real-time like: Is the Internet down for everyone or just me? Is my ISP really delivering good service? What ISP works best for me? 

    Check out the new internet outage detection site here: https://internet.fing.io 

     You can log in to Internet outage detection via your existing Fing account. Just make sure your home location and ISP are set-ups correctly so you can start receiving notifications about outages affecting your ISP.

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  • Lee_Bo
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    Robin said:
    ADU said:
    How I can monitor Internet outages of my home?

    We have launched an outage detection service. This Internet outage detection is a free service that provides you awareness of your Internet connectivity quality, status, and issues. You will be able to get answers to all your Internet questions in real-time like: Is the Internet down for everyone or just me? Is my ISP really delivering good service? What ISP works best for me? 

    Check out the new internet outage detection site here: https://internet.fing.io 

     You can log in to Internet outage detection via your existing Fing account. Just make sure your home location and ISP are set-ups correctly so you can start receiving notifications about outages affecting your ISP.

    The only "downside" to this is, the outage needs to last more than a predetermined amount of time.  In other words, if your ISP drops for 10 minutes, as Spectrum has lately, there's no notification.