Where goes Internet traffic?

Good day, dear asteroschema!
It is a network of 4 computers connected by wire and 4 laptops connected via wifi to the Internet via ZyXEL Keenetic Lite III. The Internet speed is obviously connected little, because all employment 8 computers is 1C, word, excel, and email (use of rare to send a small word documents excel). Periodically, the Internet connection to work, the pages open dramatically slow traffic just overwhelmed. Using system monitor router you can view the overall reception and impact traffic, but how to look at what exactly an IP address is consumed this amount of traffic I can not figure out to find out who is the bad man who shakes the movies or watching online or something even worse ))))
7 answers
July 2nd 19 at 13:20
On this router you can't do.
If the channel is narrow and you need to adjust traffic usage to put a more robust router like a mikrotik
and adjust the prioritization and shaping.
July 2nd 19 at 13:22
With high probability users do with it, some software updates itself shakes. Eight computers pumping out the updates under Windows, it is able to put even quite a wide channel.
For tracking, as has been written, you can use a smart router (Cisco, Mikrotik) or an individual computer acting as an intermediate router.
July 2nd 19 at 13:24
Was TECNOTECA same problem. Only the office a little more, and rather this.
No load balancing. If someone decided that either download - it occupies the entire channel, waiting for the rest. In my case a new PC with win10 killed channel shaking the updates.
Replaced Mikrotik simple, put a distribution channel equally, and happiness came to the office. What you suggest to do.
July 2nd 19 at 13:26
you can still flash a more functional firmware OpenWRT, DDwrt
Note how the most simple, affordable and the right decision. DDWRT is as close to factory firmware. But OpenWRT - there is everything you need to control and restrict traffic. - Newton.Marks commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:29
July 2nd 19 at 13:28
Cut off one client.
And note, after which customer will be all right.
July 2nd 19 at 13:30
In your router do not do this. It is necessary to put before the router server NAT, or to change the router to something that can show the list of connections.
July 2nd 19 at 13:32
1. To unsubscribe from Wi-Fi, go to the wire.
It is often Wi-Fi is the cause of glitches. Interference from neighbors, clogged channels, etc. - creates a feeling that the Internet does not pull.

2. System check on computers.
Auto update Windows, Kaspersky a torrent client startup - all of this shakes mercilessly.

3. To abandon the Windows 8 / 10 in favor of Windows 7. Updates 8/10, as well as telemetry and spy functions much eat the Internet.
and who said that there is no telemetry on windows 7 and 8, 8.1? The updates to the telemetry collection has long been released and most likely has been installed for those who put updates. - Newton.Marks commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:35

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