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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2006 12:50 am 
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Hello.
I suppose that Sigx was not meant to work in such way properly, but, I'd like to try to have this working... but seemingly there isn't a way, although, to gather any ideas ( or perhaps leave a suggestion?).

So, I'm using a router to the outside connection and problem is, I have other computer here and ocasionally they both "talk", so as you can imagine, the network counting gets "screwed up" because it'll both count the Internet traffic and the local one.

Anyone have any suggestion on how I could perhaps prevent Sigx from counting the local traffic, or perhaps something could be implemented?
The only thing I could perhaps imagine was something to see the origin/destination IP... if it was local (or a specific one) then to discard it of the count... although I don't really imagine a simple way of doing this.

Still, if anyone would have any idea, it would be nice.
Thank you, either way.


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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2006 4:03 am 
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SigX doesnt count internet traffic by reading every packet it just gets the data of how much was sent back and forth from windows. To track it the way you describe it would have to act like a firewall and read every packet and see where it goes.

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