Can anyone suggest a decent bandwith monitoring tool, preferably freeware, which will run on Windows (Vista).
Specific issue is this: my home wireless network has a number of devices linked to it - several computers running various versions of Windows and Linux; Android smartphone; television; etc. I'm trying to find a program which will display live bandwith use from each device, and preferably specific programs within the devices if possible. As presumably this will have to monitor the hub directly, I'm looking for one which can run from a computer with admin access to the hub (US Robotics SureConnect is the main hub, run through several other routers acting as switches). I've got a partial solution running Backtrack on one of the Linux boxes, but I'd prefer to have a more user friendly program which I can stick in the background on my main computer rather than dedicating an entire box to it. Nobody is piggybacking on the network, and my ISP doesn't run any public services like BT OpenZone that would allow others to use a portion of my connection. Therefore when a problem occurs, it's something within my own devices.
Want to use it as an easy access way of telling which device is hogging bandwith at a specific point, when it affects the performance of other devices (i.e. internet streaming on the TV slowing to a crawl due to another device using the link).