The IP Traffic/Transfer Rates page displays detailed IP Transfer Rate data for each client IP address. The page is split into two sections.
The Transfer Rates section displays detailed client IP Client address transfer rate data listed in detail, categorized in various ways. The Options section contains the configuration settings for the IP Traffic - Transfer Rates table.
The IP Traffic - Transfer Rates section displays a table, showing detailed transfer rate data.
On each row is an client IP address. For each client IP, the columns display:
- Download Transfer Rate
- Upload Transfer Rate
- TCP IN/OUT (packets per second)
- UDP IN/OUT (packets per second)
- ICMP IN/OUT (packets per second)
- TCP connections (number of)
- UDP connections (number of)
The Options section contains the configuration settings for the IP Traffic - Transfer Rates table. These settings affect which IP client addresses
are monitored, and how IP Traffic is displayed in IP Traffic - Transfer Rates table.
(Click Here to Show): Clicking on this option reveals the Options (configuration) settings for the IP Traffic - Transfer Rates table.
Only these IPs: In this field, you can list the IP client addresses of the hosts whose IP Traffic you want measured. Insert commas between
Exclude these IPs: In this field, you can enter IP client addresses whose IP Traffic you don't want to be monitored.
Scale: From this menu, you choose the measurement units used to display traffic. The choices are KB, MB, GB.
Ignore inactive hosts: Enabling this setting removes inactive IP client hosts from the table. (Precise criteria for “inactive”?)
Show hostnames: Checking this option makes Tomato show hostnames for all IP clients.
Show shortcuts: TBD
Refresh Every: From this menu, you can select the automatic refresh interval (how often the IP Traffic - Transfer Rates table is updated).
Refresh: Clicking this button refreshes the IP Traffic - Transfer Rates table immediately (once).
Configure: Clicking this button takes you to the Administration/IP Traffic Monitoring page.
There, you can configure general IP Traffic Monitoring settings