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Does anybody know if there is a way for a DSL HSI customer to acces their data usage statistics from Verizon? Or any alternative way to track our data usage?
Not possible from Verizon Landland Services.
If you have Cell phone service from them go to Verizon's wireless forum to find out from your peers. https://community.verizonwireless.com
Otherwise (for Landline Internet - DSL or FIOS), you must your own NAT router that keeps track of your usage.
Search results from Google for FIOS cap
Okay. Thanks for the info. I am A DSL "High Speed Internet" customer. Not FIOS though. As far as I can tell, FIOS is a seperate entity than my service. Probably due to it being a limited bandwidth line/service in a rural location. I have my own modem/router, but it does not have data tracking. Looks like buying one for that purpose might be difficult and expensive.
Maybe not a new NAT router.
Example one: With my Linksys WRT54G it did not have that feature, but I added it using third party firmware (DD-WRT or Tomato).
#1 If you load third party firmware, it will void the warrenty.
When I did it: It was no longer valid because the warrenty expired after one year and it has been at least one year already since I got the warrenty.
#2 You must do it carefully otherwise, it could brick/damage the NAT router. You must have a backup connection or otherwise know how to connect to the modem instead of the NAT router and connect to the Internet.
If you have any spare computers with
Two NICs or you can add a second NIC into the computer.
then you can convert that spare computer into acting as a NAT router.
For more info, see
For example by a second NIC into the computer I mean a PCI NIC like the TRENDnet - Fast Ethernet PCI Adapter (Model: TE100-PCIWN).
a) at least one of those two NICs, must be a wired NIC!
b) By spare I really mean spare. You will be loading another OS onto the computer.
c) Depending on the distro that you choose/select, it may be a distro designed for connection sharing (what you are trying to do) and may come with a web based UI (HTTP / HTTTPS) so that you do not need to sitting at it and typing in commands (! again Depending on the distro that you choose/select ! : expect maybe first time setup / as well after any reset this unit back the to defaults).