Nighthawk App Question (R6900v2)
Was fiddling around with the Nighthawk app and went to my traffic meter, but I think it might be a little off. It says "Data transferred (in MB)". Last month's usage hits around 343890.66.
Does this mean I used nearly 344 GB last month? That seems like a whole lot? We stream, but I wouldn't have thought it would be THAT much. According to the "Fountain of all knowledge" (aka Google), the average household uses under 200 GB per month.
I also had the thought that it was also measuring internal network usage (not just internet usage), which would make a little more sense since I do regular backups and stream local media from the USB on the Nighthawk. If local streaming numbers are included in that number, 344 MB seems to be a little more believable.
Anyway, just wanted some professional opinions on this apparent high data transfer.
Re: Nighthawk App Question (R6900v2)
@DexterJB not convinced your interpretation is correct. The data on the App is already shown in MB, and there is no strange "US-style" (sorry!) delimiter for thousands, (E3, E6, E9, ...) - I would have complained. Or do you think that the R6900v2 does return different values (and formats)? Probably yet another App API and router bug?
This is a different router model (R9000) showing 3942.0 MB (3.850 GB) down and 463.97 MB (0.453 GB) up - what is feasible (it's a 4G connected unit somwhere up in the Swiss mountains):