Where did the throughput graph timeline go in 2.4.3? It was a quick way to see if there were users on before we did intrusive work on the link.
It is temporarily removed, because some customers experienced performance issues. It will come back refined in one of our next releases.
It would be nice to be able to turn off and on
OR implement iptraf via CLI, so we can see both what traffic, and how much traffic is going on In-Real-Time!
...so we can see both what traffic, and how much traffic is going on In-Real-Time!
Yea - real time data is important when helping people diagnose their connection problems. It is SO helpful to see instantly when data starts flowing, and when it stops. A client who has his dropbox running (and who thinks he's got ''slow internet'' as a result) and when we have them on the phone and we can see that they are getting 5Mbit through their connection - that is SO helpful. Not 5 or 10 or 15 minutes later in the graphs, but real-time data. :)
As a workaround you can use an external SNMP monitoring tool, except it seems to update counters every 10 seconds only