Bandwidth Usage

Introduction

Use Bandwidth Usage for displaying bandwidth usage as a total for any connected clients for any selected period of time.

Bandwidth Graph Display Options

All bandwidth usage reported is via the WAN interface only. Traffic between local hosts is not reported.

Time Frame

Select graph x axis length of time. Time frame is from 15 minutes to 1 year

Plot

Select fields to plot. Up to 3 fields can be plotted. Select from

  • Total Bandwidth
  • QoS download class
  • Hostname
  • IP Address

QoS download class

QoS can be sub divided into

  • Voip
  • Fast
  • Slow
  • Normal

Save High Resolution

Save High Resolution 15 Minute Timeframe Data For All Hosts Not recommended for routers with < 32MB of RAM

Bandwidth Graphs

View graphs based on the above section rules. Graphs are divided into

  • Download
  • Upload
  • Total

Click expand to enlarge graph

The graphs are SVG based. Many browsers support SVG graphics; older browsers may not - in particular Internet Explorer 8 & earlier require the Adobe SVG Viewer plugin available here.

Bandwidth Usage Table

Select options for summary table, options are

Display Interval

  • Minutes
  • Quarter Hours
  • Hours
  • Days
  • Months

Display Type

  • Total Bandwidth
  • QoS download class
  • Host Name
  • IP address

Table Units

  • Auto (Mixed)
  • KBytes
  • MBytes
  • GBytes
  • TBytes

Download Bandwidth Data

Download Bandwidth Data in CSV format for further data anaylis

Data is comma separated: [Direction],[Interval Length],[Intervals Saved],[IP],[Interval Start],[Interval End],[Bytes Used]

The time unit is in Linux Epoch time. For example, 1380363324 is Sat, 28 Sep 2013 10:15:24 GMT from EpochConverter.

bandwidth_usage.txt · Last modified: 2013/09/28 10:17 by bashfulbladder
 
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