Keep updated on the current levels of traffic on the Internet.
Check Internet traffic online reports to determine if an Internet connectivity issue is global or local.
Learn about the meaning of internet traffic with information on Traffic sources, Traffic management, Tax on internet use, Traffic classification, Global Internet traffic, Internet backbone traffic in the United States, and more.
Akamai monitors global Internet conditions around the clock. With its real-time data it identifies the global regions targeted by the greatest web attack traffic, cities with the slowest web connections (latency), and geographic areas with the most web traffic (traffic density).
Learn about the common sources of Internet traffic, including File Sharing, Streaming Media, Videoconferencing, and Malware.
WikiHow teaches you how to see a list of IP addresses which are accessing your router on both Windows and Mac computers by accessing your Internet router's page. Android and iPhone users can download LAN-scanning apps to automatically detect items which are connected to their router.
The AT&T Global IP Network helps you to monitor the current status of its Global IP Netowrk. AT&T provides valuable information, including the monthly network performance, network latency, and network loss.
There are many different reasons for someone to encrypt Internet traffic so traffic encryption has become a growing phenomenon. Surveillance activities have led Internet users around the world to learn how to encrypt Internet traffic. Read this helpful guide to learn about five methods to encrypt your Internet traffic.
Verizon Business is constantly measuring the latency (speed) of core areas of its network using data collected by pings using the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP). The data is collected from designated routers in key global network hubs. Monthly latency and packet delivery statistics are calculated by averaging all the network samples from the previous month.
View the Cisco VNI (Visual Networking Index) forecasts of global IP traffic growth for mobile and fixed networks by the year 2022.