Hello all, Firstly, I'm not even sure this is possible, as i've tried to find a PC app to do this and never was successful. I have several devices hooked up to my home network. I live with several roommates, and between us all we have 2 XBox's, a PS3, 4 cell phones, 2 tablets, 4 PC's, and AppleTV... both XBox's are set up to stream netfilx, and basically we are all internet hungry and bandwidth hogs. Is there a way to scan my home network, and determine how much each device is sapping from the overall bandwidth? I would love to do this via Android, just because it is the device that I use the most. However, if it can be done on PC that would be okay too. I don't care what each device is doing, I don't need their activity per se... just their overall bandwidth at any given time. As an aside, since my provider will probably be moving to a tiered plan, and we have such a high demand for bandwidth, this is just information that I'd like to have. Any ideas?