Feature Request - Active bandwidth monitoring

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    Rob Hounsell

    Seconded.

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    Firewalla

    you can just go into the box and do a ntop :)

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    Chris Dillard

    Would love this view added to the app as well. I miss this ability from my google wifi. It's handy to be able to quickly determine which devices are consuming significant bandwidth on the network.

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    Firewalla

    There should be something like this in our lists (near future) already.  I Will let everyone know once we have designs

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    Larry

    re ntop - i tried running it and it's not installed.  is it OK to install (apt install) given the warning about Firewalla using specific package sets?  thanks

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    Firewalla

    Yes, you should be able to install ntop 

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    Alexander Schlager

    Downloaded ntop and while installing (as expected) crashed Firewalla. Found a a docker for ntop https://hub.docker.com/r/ntop/ntopng, which installs and runs without any issues.

     

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    Larry

    Thanks for this. I did install ntop but was removed (it seems) w the latest update to 1.971. I’m going to try the docker approach. Thanks

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    Lewis Colascione

    I agree, the graph on the app showing bandwidth consumption over time is great, but its not how I pay for my FIOS connection. For me meaningful data would be how much bandwidth is being used at any given time, and maybe the ability to set an alert if I start peaking over 80% or something.

    I can get that info in the router, but would be much nicer in the app as an optional graph.

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    Marinna Cole

    I found cockpit is a nice alternative

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