Hi all, Wasn't quite sure where to put this one so here it is... I need to do two things - keep track of the downloads across our home network & monitor who is using it. I'll explain why... We are 9 days into our present monthly billing cycle & our ISP has let us know we have used 50% of our 120Gb monthly download allowance. This is total and utter nonsense. 20Gb I would believe but 60Gb? Absolutely no chance. Our ISP refuses to provide any detail on downloads beyond volumes as they say 'we respect your privacy & do not monitor your download source volumes'. Thats kind of nice to know but also is very convenient for them. Anyway I suspect either a) - they are diddling me or b) - someone is leaching off our network (or c) a combo of both ) Our configuration is cable modem to TimeCapsule. Computers are connected to the TC by Ethernet (as is the Apple TV). TC WiFi is switched on for our iPhones etc to use and is set to be a hidden network (need to know its name to see) and has a reasonably secure password set in WPA2 security setting. What I want to be able to do is see the download volume through the TC (router) and check who is connected to the network to make sure no one outside our place is using it. Im not a super tech type so need to keep it reasonably simple. Any ideas? I found iNet in the App Store and Im not sure if it will help https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/inet/id403304796?mt=12 Anyone have any software suggestions or anything thats already inbuilt in the OS (Mavericks) that may help? Thanks in advance.