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Also shown is the usage per day from the past 2 weeks or so... This table includes a Packet Ratio column. This is a ratio of packets sent and received from your line. This statistic isn;t overly useful, but may show of a line is being DOS'd. Typically, the figure would be around 100% +/- 30
 
Also shown is the usage per day from the past 2 weeks or so... This table includes a Packet Ratio column. This is a ratio of packets sent and received from your line. This statistic isn;t overly useful, but may show of a line is being DOS'd. Typically, the figure would be around 100% +/- 30
   
[[File:Usage-daily-table.png|none|frame|Usage per day]]
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[[File:Usage-daily-table.png|none|frame|Usage per day. eg on 18th April there was 10.9G downloaded]]
   
 
==Usage by Hour==
 
==Usage by Hour==

Revision as of 13:00, 21 April 2015

Most of our broadband and mobile packages are usage based. You can view the usage being used on the Control Pages in near real-time.


Usage by Month

On the Control Pages there is a break down os the usage by month, this is shown as a table and as a graph. The table includes the 'uptime' of the line. The uptime is a percentage of the whole month and is based on our per-second monitoring of the line.

Example Monthly Usage shown in a table

Usage by Day

Also shown is the usage per day from the past 2 weeks or so... This table includes a Packet Ratio column. This is a ratio of packets sent and received from your line. This statistic isn;t overly useful, but may show of a line is being DOS'd. Typically, the figure would be around 100% +/- 30

Usage per day. eg on 18th April there was 10.9G downloaded

Usage by Hour

On the Control Pages there is a break down of the usage by hour, this is shown as a table, and shows the past 12 days or so of upload and download for each hour.

Usage per hour, eg on 20th April between 8am and 9am there was 123M downloaded