Is there any way to see your usage by day instead of just your total so far?

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It would help to pinpoint where my heavy usage problems are.
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I don't see anywhere that it gives that option.
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https://www.exede.com/contact-us/#nc

I think this is the link now.
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Install a good third party router with traffic monitoring capabilities. I use an ASUS AC1900P, it gives me usage by device and by the day. There are many manufacturers whose routers will give you this information.

Another option is to install Glasswire on your computer. This software only checks the data on a single Windows computer, so it must be installed on every computer in your home network, and the individual computer usages totaled up, but it is free. There are other options for monitoring software available, just Google for them.
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So, the router from Exede can't or doesn't do that?
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Doesn’t that we know. Software forthcoming at some point.
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Install a product called Satellite Restriction Tracker. It is light years away from anything Viasat gives you for usage tracking. Granted, it is just reporting what your meter says, but it us also logging that data so can give you the breakdown on usage by day.
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So from what I have seen looking at that site is that your computer has to be connected and on all the time to collect the data?
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