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You can use SNMP Test Utility to check if your network gateway or router provides remote management and monitoring functionality.
Is your monthly usage capped by your Internet Service Provider? If your hardware supports SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) you can use applications like NetUse to monitor and collect real-time Internet usage statistics for all the computers in your home or office and more.
This is a free companion app for NetUse Traffic Monitor.
It provides a simple and convenient test for users considering NetUse Traffic Monitor to make sure it is compatible with your particular hardware before making a purchase.
- improved SNMP support
- resolved SNMP test freeze issues
Ratings and Reviews
Surprisingly good for free
Great little app. Knowing the host name and Community, you can see the stats and info on any SNMP device. It even has a great bandwidth graph to show realtime results. Only thing that would make it better would be if you could store a list of devices and then just pick and choose from a list. But I’m not complaining.
Just crashes. Either says device is not compatible (which is possible), or when I test with settings that I am fairly sure should work, it crashes.
Interesting, but the Interface dropdown is confusing.
I always like to know what's going on in my network, so when I heard about NetUse I was intrigued. I downloaded this test app to see whether my network is compatible. The test seems to be partially working, but it offers a list of interfaces that I have to manually choose from in order to complete the test: gec0, ath0, lo0, wlan0, vlan1, and bridge0. I may have been more comfortable to see en0, but I don't know which one to choose of the options I do have. Whichever one I choose, the test app reports success, but the upload and download stats that are displayed are different for each interface, so there's no real guidance there on what's happening. I'll hold off deciding whether to purchase the full app until there's better documentation available.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.