Hello Angus, IP Helper is the only thing you need, no specific driver if it's only bandwidth.
It permit also to get separate traffic for each card. Regards. ARMSL> I always though that proper monitoring of TCP/IP traffic required a ARMSL> device driver, but BMExtreme seems to manage it through the standard ARMSL> winsock API: ARMSL> http://www.lp23.com/bmextreme/ ARMSL> It's able to list IP addresses visited, and distinguish internal and ARMSL> external traffic on a adaptor, on most OSs (I'm using XP SP2). A quick ARMSL> look at it's dependencies suggests only WSAIotl is used, plus open ARMSL> socket, etc. ARMSL> So is there a way to monitor traffic on an adaptor using winsock? It ARMSL> would make a very useful ICS component, allowing bandwidth monitoring ARMSL> in particular which is important to many with capped ADSL connections. ARMSL> I currently use IP Helper, but this only sees total traffic through an ARMSL> adaptor, and I need to exclude local stuff. ARMSL> Angus -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://www.elists.org/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be