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You can use :

Install them first: 

  • pkg install tcptrack -  Here u will see all connections 

Usage:  tcptrack -i re0 (your network , ifconfig to see your name)

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  • pkg install nload - Bandwidth monitor.

Thats an old school commands.

 

Here u have new one with all tools u need to monitor ur server.

  • pkg install bpytop 

Usage: bpytop in console.

https://i.gyazo.com/1aa7d8a28ffd0abe07826764c680f580.mp4

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16 hours ago, ⚡FlasH⚡ said:

You can use :

Install them first: 

  • pkg install tcptrack -  Here u will see all connections 

Usage:  tcptrack -i re0 (your network , ifconfig to see your name)

unknown.png

  • pkg install nload - Bandwidth monitor.

Thats an old school commands.

 

Here u have new one with all tools u need to monitor ur server.

  • pkg install bpytop 

Usage: bpytop in console.

https://i.gyazo.com/1aa7d8a28ffd0abe07826764c680f580.mp4

Appreciate that! Very helpfull

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