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  • Last release: 1.0.0
  • 1 year ago

iftop does for network usage what topdoes for CPU usage. It listens to network traffic on a named interface and displays a table of current bandwidth usage by pairs of hosts

command line version added to your NAS $PATH

iftop: display bandwidth usage on an interface by host

Synopsis: iftop -h | [-npblNBP] [-i interface] [-f filter code]
[-F net/mask] [-G net6/mask6]

-h display this message
-n don't do hostname lookups
-N don't convert port numbers to services
-p run in promiscuous mode (show traffic between other
hosts on the same network segment)
-b don't display a bar graph of traffic
-B Display bandwidth in bytes
-i interface listen on named interface
-f filter code use filter code to select packets to count
(default: none, but only IP packets are counted)
-F net/mask show traffic flows in/out of IPv4 network
-G net6/mask6 show traffic flows in/out of IPv6 network
-l display and count link-local IPv6 traffic (default: off)
-P show ports as well as hosts
-m limit sets the upper limit for the bandwidth scale
-c config file specifies an alternative configuration file

iftop, version 1.0pre2
copyright (c) 2002 Paul Warren and contributors

QTS
Requires QTS 4.3.0 or later

Models
TS-NASX86 64bits

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