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    Default Sanity Check - Data Usage by Interface

    Can someone help me understand what I'm looking at here. The "internet" column is clear...this is my actual WAN data usage. Why would my Home LAN interface have higher data usage than the WAN column? I'm sure there is a logical explanation...I'm just trying to make it make sense in my head. Thanks!

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    The Home LAN is a total of traffic to the Untangle itself and the other interfaces like IoT.
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    Is it showing all the traffic that passes a physical port? The IOT Network is a vlan with only wifi devices. Datacenter is a physical port. So what you are saying is that the Home LAN interface is displaying all traffic from the Home LAN + any other vlan traffic that travels over that port?

    I'm just trying to figure out how I have that much additional traffic going through Untangle that isn't going out on the WAN. Lol.

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    All traffic across the interface which might be different than the physically NIC.

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