The rate of data transfer. Bandwidth usually refers to Internet but it can also apply to other systems like the motherboard.

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record daily internet bandwidth usage

I am using internet connection with data cap. I want to record my daily internet usage in a file, is there any tool for this or perhaps you can suggest a script that would run as daemon? (I am not ...
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Retrieving the total bandwidth capacity

I've been looking around for a convenient way to measure the total bandwidth capacity of a *NIX workstation and found a number of monitoring tools here. However, they are of little use in determining ...
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Is it possible to control and limit the transfer speed of a Ethernet TCP/IP via command?

I'm suffering from some "low data transfer" from a device running Embedded Linux to my computer. I'm aware that it has some hardware limitations that could be strangling the speed (e.g. 372 Mhz ...
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How to get RX and TX bytes querying iptables?

My intention is to monitor traffic from/to wan. To achieve that, i want to calculate outgoing and ingoing bytes/second, with iptables counters as data source. Unluckily, I'm not able to understand ...
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See total bandwith a process has used

I am currently watching some process on my server and want to see how much bandwidth it has used in total since it has been started. I don't want to know its current usage, nor does nethogs / nload ...
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How to configure QoS per IP basis?

We have say 4 users in a private network connected to the Internet trough a Linux router with a public IP address that is doing network address translation (NAT). I gotta configure QoS to give access ...
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How to add all values in an array

I have been stuck on this for way to long now. Tried googling and couldn't find what I was looking for. I simply need to add all the values in an array.(array called packets) I have gotten to the ...
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How to find last x minute internet usage

How can i find out the last X minute download bandwidth in megabyte? i want to use it within a bash script.
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Prioritize virtual machine bandwidth

I installed a Windows Server 2012 virtual machine (VM Ware Workstation) on my Debian server that I rented (to which I have SSH access only, and which is in another city with over 1 GB bandwidth) to ...
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How to find bandwidth usage/bytes transmitted/received within a certain time frame

I'm looking for a way to get numbers on bandwidth usage of an eth port. But I need to filter the results to only show me numbers for the last 24 hours. Or any time period in hours or minutes. Just ...
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What is the IPsec bottleneck in Linux?

I am trying to compare the performance of several network security protocols between two hosts connected in Gigabit Ethernet. My goal here is to see if I can saturate my bandwidth, and if not, what ...
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How do I limit inbound and outbound bandwidth to and from a specific host on CentOS

As the title says, I am trying to limit inbound and outbound bandwidth to and from a specific host on CentOS. The reason is that this host consistently uses a large amount of bandwidth and this needs ...
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Rsync: Verify size of incremental backup of a file

I need to test the incremental backup of a file using rsync i.e. whether rsync transfers entire file or just the changes made to it, when an incremental backup is fired. Just for a test, I've created ...
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How does Linux prevent applications from sending more packets than the link can handle without dropping packets?

I couldn't make the question any clearer so here's an example scenario: Given a Linux machine connected to an IP network through a physical interface of bandwidth 10Mbps (or a higher speed interface ...
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Efficient way to download binary from server

I am using a remote machine to compile a project. When it finishes building, I use scp to copy the archive to a local machine. This worked fine till I was on broadband. Now I am using a 3G ...
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Historical bandwidth data in a console? (save/load statistics)

So, I found that nload and iftop displays the amount of data that passed and how fast. Now, is there anything like those that can save/load statistics? I want to measure the amount of data I download ...
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reduce bandwidth consumption from downloading yum updates

I have several machines (7) running fedora and would like to reduce the amount of external bandwidth I am consuming. I see that there were several attempts to setup mirrors, but those projects seem ...
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How do I measure the amount of network traffic that passed my debian installation?

So my raspberry pi is acting as a Router and Web/Mail/FTP/SQL/Media/Clash of Clans/Home server right now and I'm looking for a way to monitor the consumed bandwidth, much like NetWorx for windows. I ...
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Get total bytes sent by pid

I have some processes in my unix system that sends data to a remote machine. It is possible to fetch the total bytes sent per pid ? In general, how i can monitor that pid in terms of network? Thank ...
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tc cbq doesn't work (no traffic limitation)

I've been trying to use cbq weight attributes after HTB failed to do so. I've tried using a command set I've found in an example just to verify it works (HTB works fluently) Here are the commands I ...
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LAMP CentOS page/folder Outbound Inbound bandwidth monitor

I have a site, the server provide only allow 2000GB/month ($0.02/GB extra). I have monitor the bandwidth in my control panel, every day, i have about 12GB Inbound, but 100GB+ Outbound, a number very ...
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How to exclude LAN traffic with iptraf-ng?

I'd like to use iptraf-ng to see how much data my machine is sending/receiving from the Internet, but I want to exclude traffic on my LAN as I am only interested in data going off-site. I have ...
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Can you throttle the bandwidth to a tmpfs based ramdisk?

I created a ramdisk using tmpfs as follows: sudo mount -t tmpfs -o size=1024m tmpfs /myramdisk I was looking into cgroup blkio subsystem bandwidth limits "read_bps_device" and "write_bps_device" ...
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Bandwidth stats on wifi for each network?

Is it posible to have the bandwidth usage of the wifi connection for each network I use? Currently I have vnstat instaled on my MacBook Pro retina runing Yosemite. It works well but I have the usage ...
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WiFi Connection to ADSL Modem based on MAC

Recently my desktop machine is under attack and someone is leeching my DSL bandwidth. After consultation I find out I can tell my modem to only accept wifi connection according to system MAC address. ...
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How to find out how much of internet bandwidth is used by all processes except one specific process?

As a followup question to this one: I am downloading a file on multiple remote computers using curl command and am using the --limit-rate parameter to limit the download speed on the ones whose ...
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Is it possible to dynamically change the --limit-rate parameter of curl?

As a followup question to this one: I am using the --limit-rate parameter to limit the download speed on computers whose internet is being used: curl --limit-rate 10k -r 104857601-209715200 -o ...
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Issues with net-SNMP . MRTG not generating graph to monitor network bandwidth

I am monitoring network bandwidth for my servers using MRTG . But suddenly can see graphs are not generated for one of the Linux servers running on CentOS 5.5 . SNMPD service is running on the server. ...
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How to test that my server is indeed in 1gbps connection?

I ordered a server and the host say I got 1gbps connection However, because I set up the server incorrectly, the speed drop to 10mbps I think now it has been fixed. But I want to make sure. This is ...
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Bandwith Usage in OpenVPN

Is there any way to check how much bandwidth a user used in OpenVPN (using PAM Authentication)
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How can one ensure bandwidth is not hijacked? [duplicate]

If someone sets up a script that constantly runs something such as wget http://domain.tld/image.png from their cloud server or whatever that came with tons of bandwidth and so on for free, could ...
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Why Nethogs won't see the PID of the processes the generating some NFS traffic?

I usually use Nethogs to see the network bandwidth per process. However, Nethogs won't see the PID of the processes generating some NFS traffic, and as a result they are aggregated over one single ...
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trickle (bandwidth shaper) with dropbox causes 100% CPU

I'm limiting dropbox upload bandwith with trickle as suggested here. @reboot trickle -u 100 ~/.dropbox-dist/dropboxd This works great but unfortunately causes 100% CPU - even with only 2-3 (small) ...
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Implementing load balancing on any Linux distro

I am thinking of implementing a load balancing solution for personal use. What I want to do, is to maximize data throughput over mobile phone Internet connections. Let me be clear: I have data plan ...
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Equivalent of scp -l bandwidth_cap for .ssh/config?

Short form: You can limit the bandwidth the scp uses with the -l switch, you pass a number that's in kbits/sec. I'd rather set this in my .ssh/config file for certain names machines. What's the ...
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How to limit network bandwidth after some data transferred?

So the question is in the name of topic. How to limit bandwidth I know. Using tc. But how to do so after, for example, traffic had reached 500MB. And after some time reset the limits.
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Who pays for the storage and bandwidth of repositories?

When I do a yum update or apt-get update, my machine is hitting several servers and downloading several packages. I would imagine that those servers are handling millions of similar requests on a ...
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How might I log my Internet traffic, grouped by IP address/hostname, port, etc?

While I'm going to be switching to a slightly saner plan soon, being stuck on a 5GB monthly bandwidth cap has made me very data-conscious, and I'm looking for a way to log my Internet usage in such a ...
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Control Dropbox upload rate on the command line

I'm using Dropbox without the GUI in Linux. I would like to limit the upload rate, sometimes large files eats my internet bandwidth. Anyone knows how I do that?
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How to change speed limit of running trickle instance

I started a program throttled using trickle as trickle -d 10 -u 5 program. Now I want to change change the throttling speed to -d 50 -u 40. How can I change it without closing the program ? ...
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Limiting download speed based on other LAN traffic

I'm kind of new to Linux (but learning) so bare with me if I say something stupid :P. I'm currently running an Ubuntu fileserver which automates a whole bunch of downloading tasks. At present it is ...
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Bandwidth Management tool

There are tools available like MRTG , Cacti etc through which we can monitor network traffic on network interfaces on a host. The network traffic flow information that is provided by these tools is ...
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Capacities on Load-balancer & Web Servers? Bandwidth + Performance

I'm on DigitalOcean and I have a very simple scenario for my website. Now having 3000 concurrent hits every minutes. (For example) Currently it is directly on 1 only single Apache Server. The ...
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How do I get the current bandwidth speed of an interface from the terminal?

I want to get the current Bandwidth of an interface say "eth0" from the terminal. It better be as simple as possible. Say up 10 dn 30. Instead of giving out a lot of text like "vnstat" does. ...
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Internet bandwidth mysteriously drops under Linux, but is fine under Windows

I can't seem to download files from the internet on my laptop with Mint/Ubuntu, due to strange bandwidth fluctuations. I'm able to browse the web with Firefox with no problems, apt-get update and ...
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Bandwidth throttling per user group

I am wondering if it is possible to create a bandwidth shaping/throttling script that shapes traffic based on user group. That is, if user1, user2, are in user group group1, they will have 1mb/s ...
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Redirect all non-local traffic to a socks proxy

Is it possible to redirect all non-local traffic to a socks proxy? so, for example i have: 4 computers (clients A-D: 10.0.0.1-4 or dhcp) 1 computer with 2 network cards (gateway-server, eth0: ...
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Traffic-shaping Application with GUI

is there any free traffic shaping software for internet gateways with GUI for managing per user/computer bandwidth? At least it should able to manage per source IP (or MAC), or if possible with user ...
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Is there a top-like command that shows the network bandwidths and file accesses of running processes

For example, we'd like to see: PROCESS IF TX RX FILE(regular) R/W prog1 eth0 200kB/s 12kB/s -- -- wlan0 12kB/s 100kB/s -- ...
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Limit internet speed without tc [closed]

I have been using deb based Linux for years and I never had problems limiting the internet speed using wondershaper. On my sisters PC I had to install puppy Linux because it's a very old PC. The ...