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Standard User ke99
(newbie) Thu 13-Dec-12 14:53:25
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Peak Time Monthly Download Usage Totals


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I am a very happy user of tbbmeter, and I should like to ask the following question:

Within 'Define Monthly Usage Quota' I have completed the 'Peak Time Monthly Allowance Details' to define my ISPs peak time monthly usage limit for me as 20GB of downloads between 9am and 11pm. (No upload limit).
There is no overnight download limit between 11pm and 9am.

Is there a way that tbbmeter can display month-to-date download totals just for peak time usage and not 24 hour usage?

Thank you for your help in this matter.
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 14-Dec-12 14:25:41
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Re: Peak Time Monthly Download Usage Totals


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I believe the answer has to be a no.

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Standard User ke99
(newbie) Sun 16-Dec-12 20:12:20
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Re: Peak Time Monthly Download Usage Totals


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Thanks for answering, but I'm glad to say that I have now discovered that the answer is a YES smile.

Since completing the 'Peak Time Monthly Allowance' details I now find that tbbmeter shows:
'Peak Quota 20.000GB, Used 1.758GB' at the bottom left of the standard bar chart, which is most useful.


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 16-Dec-12 20:22:28
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Re: Peak Time Monthly Download Usage Totals


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Lol - had forgotten all about that

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