Obkio Bandwidth Monitor
Monitor Internet speed & ensure quality bandwidth with network monitoring.
Easy bandwidth monitoring & so much more
It’s great to have a lot of bandwidth, but it’s better to have quality bandwidth. Obkio makes it easy to measure bandwidth for network devices, and Internet connection, while monitoring complete network performance so you can monitor quality too.
Speed isn’t the only metric that matters
When monitoring Internet and network performance, the most common metric that people measure is network speed. But, for example, just because you have a big Internet pipe, that doesn’t mean you won’t have quality issues related to high latency, jitter or packet loss.
Speed vs. Quality: What's the difference?
Obkio monitors bandwdith usage for devices with ultra-fast SNMP polling. Most bandwidth monitors only check Internet traffic every 5 minutes, which hides bandwidth peaks that have huge impacts on your end-user experience. Obkio uses ultra-fast polling to collect data every 30 seconds to offer 10x the traditional amount of detail.
Obkio offers end-to-end network monitoring of the end-user experience to continuously monitor key network metrics and understand what exactly is affecting performance. Obkio will tell you where the problem is, no matter if it’s on your network or not.
Bandwidth monitoring for Windows & more!
Obkio makes network and bandwidth monitoring easy with the Monitoring Agent for Windows. Install the Windows software Agent in key network locations, including remote or home officeso to measure key performance metrics like bandwidth, jitter, packet loss and more. The Windows Software Agent is one of 4 available Agents.
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