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Old 04-17-2006, 01:57 PM   #1
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Router Throughput Monitor

When I used a Windows box as a router I had a program called "Dial Up Networking Monitor" which displayed a continuous graph of incoming and outgoing speeds.

I now use a hardware router and rather miss this facility. Is there a similar program for Linux which would run on one of the PCs connected to the router and display such a graph?
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I think 'ntop' may do what you want:


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