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Hi I am looking for a graphical bandwidth monitor that will allow me to view charts of my usage over time. I found the program "bandwidthd", which spits out HTML ...
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    Bandwidth monitor suggestion


    Hi

    I am looking for a graphical bandwidth monitor that will allow me to view charts of my usage over time. I found the program "bandwidthd", which spits out HTML pages with graphs (this is exactly what I want), however I could not get it installed and running on my CentOS 6, 64-bit system.

    Actually I got to a point where it did seem to be installed and running, but it did not generate any html.

    My question is, is there any other bandwidth monitor similar to bandwidthd?

    (I'm not opposed to troubleshooting my bandwidthd installation if anyone has experience with it. I did spend a heck of a long time on it already though.)

    Thanks,
    Andrew

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    Have you looked at Etherape?

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