Last 24 hours displays bandwidth usage from the last 24 hours. The time window is 24 hours and the data resolution is 2 minutes. This means it displays a maximum of 24 hours of data which is sampled as often as every 2 minutes.
Hours: Changes the time period of the data displayed.
Avg. Applies a percentile display. This can show how a data point compares to the total distribution (graph) over time.
Max: Choosing Uniform scales graphs to the maximum value recorded on all interfaces. Choosing Per If (Per Interface) scales the graphs based on data from one interface only.
Unit: Choosing kbit/KB displays bandwidth volume data in kilobits/Kilobytes (x1,000). Choosing Mbit/MB displays bandwidth data in Megabits/Megabytes (x1,000,000).
Display: Solid = represent usage with an area graph, Line = represent usage with a single line graph showing only maximum values.
Color: Switch between different pre-existing color combinations.
Cursor-Tracking Readout: Bandwidth graphs feature a a Cursor-Tracking Readout. When you move your mouse cursor over the graph, the graph displays the following at the top right corner: Day of Week, Time, and Bandwidth usage. These update when you move the mouse.
The Cursor-Tracking Readout disappears after 5 intervals: that is, 10 seconds in Real-Time, 10 minutes in Last 24 Hours, etcetera.
Mouse-Click Readout: Bandwidth graphs also feature a Mouse-Click readout: If you click on the graph, the date/time/bandwidth numbers will display beside the mouse cursor.
Mouse-click readout is static. It does not update with graph movement or scaling.