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bandwidthd.conf - configuration file for bandwidthd
The file, /etc/bandwidthd/bandwidthd.conf, is read by bandwidthd when
started. It contains a small set of tunable options for bandwidthd
features that can be adjusted.
subnet <network> <netmask>
Subnet to log traffic for.
Device to listen on.
Number on intervals (2.5 minute) to skip between graphing.
Number of kilobytes required before drawing a graph for a host.
Put device in promisc ("eavesdropping") mode. Default true.
Write logfiles for analyzed traffic. Default false.
Recover from logfiles after restart. Default false.
Warning: This can take very long time if the logfiles are big.
Enabling this and having bandwidthd start on system start might
be a bad idea. It will delay your possibilities to log in
locally since it’s not done in the background.
Pcap filter rule to use. Always include "ip" to avoid weird
problems. Default "ip".
Write graphs and html for analyzed traffic. Default true.
Number of seconds before html-page reloads. 0 to disable.
/etc/bandwidthd/bandwidthd.conf - configuration file.
/etc/init.d/bandwidthd - startscript.
Furter information available at the website:
This manual page was written by Andreas Henriksson <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
for the Debian GNU/Linux system.
5 Jul 2004 BANDWIDTHD.CONF(5)