How to Check DSL Usage
By Hollan Johnson
DSL, or digital subscriber line, companies offer broadband Internet connections using already existing phone lines, according to the University of Illinois. If you don't have unlimited DSL usage with your DSL service provider, checking your DSL usage will keep you from going over your allotted bandwidth per month. If you do go over your allotted bandwidth, you may be charged fees or your service may be suspended.
Open your Internet browser and go to the DSL company's website from which you get your service. Select the "Check DSL Usage" link.
Enter your username and password or account number and PIN for your DSL account. Click "Submit," "Show Usage" or "Log In."
Click on the current month to see your DSL usage. It should tell you how much bandwidth you have left and how much you have already used.
Hollan Johnson is a freelance writer and contributing editor for many online publications. She has been writing professionally since 2008 and her interests are travel, gardening, sewing and Mac computers. Prior to freelance writing, Johnson taught English in Japan. She has a Bachelor of Arts in linguistics from the University of Las Vegas, Nevada.