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    Master Untangler u3b3rg33k's Avatar
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    Default "Network" bandwidth display

    What does the network bandwidth display in UT 6 actually mean? It seems to show the same for up and down most of the time, and sometimes shows more bandwidth than I have. It's also hard for me to tell "when" it is (ie, I can't tell if it's averaging the last x seconds, supposed to be showing me "now" or if it's 10s ago)

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    It updates it every 10 seconds and it show the NET IO speed in/out at that moment.
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    It is also showing the in/out speeds at the Untangle NICs, not your true internet bandwidth. For instance, if a virus scan is holding up a file, when the scan finally finishes it will transmit the remainder of that file at LAN speed to the client. Also, depending on your IPS (Comcast, for example), you might be seeing a burst rather than sustained number.

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    OK, so it's UT's bandwidth, not "net" bandwidth. Things make more sense now. Thanks.

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    May I assume that this includes the bandwidth of the web interface in it's display?

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    we are going to change this to the speeds of eth0 in 6.0.2
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    Cool. I think that will reflect what people assume it means.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    we are going to change this to the speeds of eth0 in 6.0.2
    Dmorris, do you literally mean this? For instance, my setup has eth0 as DMZ and hooked to nothing. (eth1 as Internal and eth2 as External) Will I be staring at 0's? Thanks.

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    i literally mean 'eth0'
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    i literally mean 'eth0'
    What about letting the user select what s/he wants to display ?
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