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traffic meter

A router (or Wi-Fi router) feature that will monitor the data consumption (upload and download) of all the devices on your network and notify you when you approach a predefined threshold. A traffic meter is useful if your ISP is enforcing a maximum monthly data transfer allocation (typically this is 250-GB).

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10 Must-Have Features for Your Next Wi-Fi Router" on Practically Networked.com.

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