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Windows 7: Is there a way to monitor all device's internet connection ?

09 Sep 2015   #31

Win 7 Pro 32-bit

Well-Said, UsernameIssues ... well-said

Dos, Ping Monitor and Ping Plotter ... I just need alittle more time to mess/test around those 3 ... until I get a strong grip of it ... then recording it ... and will speak to AT&T about DSL is being unstable/fluctuating or/and Miniclip about robbing my pool coins in game in higher (high risk) tiers and getting disconnecting on purpose ... all that with (hopefully) no loose ends (very solid information) whether "it is NOT my computer/router" or "hard evidence about who is disconnecting/reconnecting the internet line" etc etc

... it just takes time and gathering it up to get ready to battle with them (or my computer) in a peaceful way.

The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.
-Sun Tzu

I just hate being cheated.

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11 Sep 2015   #32

Win 7 Pro 32-bit

you know how pandora or netflix buffering to avoid pausing ...

well, this might not be possible ... can we buffering the "internet connection" to avoid disconnecting ?

One minute later of thinking about that ... I laughed ... that is a very smart idea, but not possible, correct ?
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11 Sep 2015   #33

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Well, it has to be one hell of a machine to buffer Internet connection as it has to anticipate what you will do next. Netflix can buffer because it knows what you have requested and what comes next.
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11 Sep 2015   #34

W7 Pro SP1 64bit

Nope - can't buffer like that.

Pick whatever tool you want, gather some data about the outages and contact customer support.

Let us know how it goes.
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