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Linux: How to get current bandwidth usage from command line?

I'm looking for a good way to get the current total bandwidth usage on a linux machine, i've tried iftop, nethogs, but they doesn't show real bandwidth usage (compared to system monitor), anyway they ...
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Networx showing excessive download bandwidth usage

I have only one download started with latest release of Firefox with Windows 7. Firefox shows it is downloading at 180 KB/sec. Networx shows between 368 KB/sec upload and 1-8 MB/sec download. It is a ...
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Monitoring available bandwidth on my network

I was wondering if there is a way to monitor the total bandwidth available at any given time? My ISP claims and is charging me for a certain amount of bandwidth but I suspect that during the day I am ...
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Monitor bandwidth usage per user in linux

I have "chrooted" my users in my Ubuntu Server and I need to monitor their bandwidth usage. Since they can access to a FTP, a SSH and a website runned by a chrooted PHP-FPM, I need to monitor all ...
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Splitting an internet connection between multiple separate subnetworks

Problem I have an internet connection that I want to split between four separate networks. My requirements are: I need to be able to monitor the amount of bandwidth and data being used by each ...
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Windows and Linux applications to show cumulative uploads/downloads for each app, at a glance

I've read few quite a few other threads on SU, but they have been focused on instantaneous/average bandwidths (B/sec) rather than cumulative download/upload totals for a period. Either that or they ...
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How to monitor bandwidth on a Linux router by LAN IP

There are plenty of ways to monitor traffic on a specific interface or even by port. But if I am on a router and suspect one of the workstations is using more bandwidth then others, how to check?
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Linux get single bandwidth usage sample

What I want to do is to write a script that gathers some information (like cpu temperature and bandwidth usage) and logs it into a file. I can't figure out how to get a single sample of the current ...
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How do determine how much bandwidth a process is using in Linux

On occasion I see my bandwidth usage using gnome-system-monitor going up to 300kbit/s. I just can't figure out what is causing it. I want to know what process or program in using my network like that? ...
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Bandwidth/internet traffic of selective programm [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a way to find out what app is using most of my bandwidth in windows I've got trouble. Some programm eat my internet traffic, but I can't understand which of. I ...
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3answers
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Granular control of the flow of data into and out of all devices on a home network to an ISP enforcing bandwidth limits

Internet service providers are gradually chipping away at net neutrality and imposing bandwidth limits. Most users will need to trust their ISP to report accurate bandwidth consumption rates, and ...
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Looking for something to monitor an Internet Shared Connection in Windows XP

If someone knows any software with these features: Works from the tray area Very lightweight Works also in Windows XP (preferably workstation, nothing serverish required) Can show a bandwidth usage ...
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How to monitor bandwidth use of each device on wifi network

I have in my home a standard Comcast cable internet connection. I have it going from the wall to a cable modem, and from the modem to a late-series Linksys router, which provides wired and wireless ...
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Is there a way to find out what application using most of bandwidth in Linux?

I'm looking for an utility that could show me how much of a bandwidth each process are using. It should just print the data and exit as I want to feed that list into conky.
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Are there any wireless routers that allow bandwidth monitoring and throttling?

Are there any wireless routers that would allow me to see what clients are hogging up bandwidth and that would let me limit them so that they can't grab it all? Both wifi-wise and internet-wise. I ...