It's been a while since I wrote my last message here and a while since I used AutoIt. I'm currently sort of desperate and I'm trying to find some help in regards of getting the network usage per process!
I'm not interested in the total network usage of the NIC, but only on a specific PID's network utilization. They idea is to collect the amount of traffic uploaded and downloaded by a list of specific processes. So far Process Hacker and Process Explorer are capable of getting what I need, but I need to use these numbers in another script so they're sort of useless to me. I can't seem to find a way around it.
Any idea, help is greatly appreciated.
I have had several people ask for this, so I decided to work the algorithm for it and this is the result.
What is it?
A Gateway Proxy Sends and Receives Data Unmodified.
What is it used for?
You can use it as a gateway, relay or router between two known static IP addresses.
More information is in the header of the script.
You will need WSA_NBTCP.au3 from here:
If you have any questions or problems, let me know.
This script is based on algorithm code from EnrMa.
Updated: January 22, 2018
Made improvements. Changes are in the script header.
Known Issues: AutoIt x64 does not work properly with this script.
WSA_NBTCP.au3 (Windows Sockets API - Non-Blocking Transmission Control Protocol)
This is an accumulation of WSA code from many sources and modified to suit myself.
These functions have been thoroughly tested using a Local Proxy Server, which
is about the most strenuous test you can use.
Includes my rendition of how a TCPRecv Timeout should work. Also includes a
timewait/timeout using Select for TCP Send, which works great for that function.
You will need a loop to use _WSA_TCPRecv(). An example will be forthcoming in a second post.
- AutoIt Versions: 220.127.116.11 thru 18.104.22.168 (32Bit only).
- TCPStartup() at beginning of script on startup.
- TCPShutDown() and _WSA_Cleanup() on exit.
Download UDF: WSA_NBTCP.au3