• Bandwidth meters 08.09.2010

    hyper-v bandwidth meter

    Hyper-V Bandwidth Meter 2 is a tool for Hyper-V bandwidth usage monitoring, counting and reporting.

    It provides a bandwidth control on per virtual machine basis for different protocols (ARP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, IGMP). With this tool you can see the amount of data used (downloaded and uploaded) by each virtual machine (virtual server). Thus you can bill your customers for the bandwidth usage or just find out which virtual machines cause that high network load.

    Installation is straightforward and only takes a couple of minutes.

    For more information, please read this document.

    System requirements:

    • Windows 2012 or 2008 R2 (64bit only) with Hyper-V
    • .NET framework 4.0

    (There is also a version of Hyper-V Bandwidth Meter for Windows 2016: Hyper-V Bandwidth Meter 3.)

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