Traffic Graph is Wrong



  • Traffic graph is a bit off..showing gigabit or terra. Hoping for a fix. Interface statistics also showing exaggerated values.



  • I upgraded from 2.3.2.x to 2.3.3 yesterday… this morning I wanted to check some overnight network usage and noticed that the graph no longer appears to be visible - literally just a few tips from traffic peaks

    But the data summary is all zeros too... (see attached image)

    I'm presuming that I should reset the data, but, there's a nice amount of historical data there that I'd like to keep (esp as I'm using it to help demonstrate some throughput issues with my ISP...)

    Anyone know what's going on?




  • Clear your browser cache, should clear the issue up.



  • Oh yeah…

    Thanks  ;D



  • @dpa:

    Traffic graph is a bit off..showing gigabit or terra. Hoping for a fix. Interface statistics also showing exaggerated values.

    I can confirm the same issue.

    I have 125Mbit down and this is what my WAN graph is showing.

    I wish I had 1.5Gbit download speeds, but sadly this is not the case.

    ![Screen Shot 2017-02-26 at 2.19.33 PM.png](/public/imported_attachments/1/Screen Shot 2017-02-26 at 2.19.33 PM.png)
    ![Screen Shot 2017-02-26 at 2.19.33 PM.png_thumb](/public/imported_attachments/1/Screen Shot 2017-02-26 at 2.19.33 PM.png_thumb)



  • @tim.mcmanus:

    @dpa:

    Traffic graph is a bit off..showing gigabit or terra. Hoping for a fix. Interface statistics also showing exaggerated values.

    I can confirm the same issue.

    I have 125Mbit down and this is what my WAN graph is showing.

    I wish I had 1.5Gbit download speeds, but sadly this is not the case.

    If i may hijack this post,… im really bothered with this graph because there's no actual speed numbers. Seems that i need to have hawk eye to know current speeds.

    Devs, can you please add actual numerical speeds and make graph same size as it was. For me its half of size of old one at vertical. It looks useless for now.

    Thanks.



  • @ha11oga11o:

    @tim.mcmanus:

    @dpa:

    Traffic graph is a bit off..showing gigabit or terra. Hoping for a fix. Interface statistics also showing exaggerated values.

    I can confirm the same issue.

    I have 125Mbit down and this is what my WAN graph is showing.

    I wish I had 1.5Gbit download speeds, but sadly this is not the case.

    If i may hijack this post,… im really bothered with this graph because there's no actual speed numbers. Seems that i need to have hawk eye to know current speeds.

    Devs, can you please add actual numerical speeds and make graph same size as it was. For me its half of size of old one at vertical. It looks useless for now.

    Thanks.

    If you mouse-over this graph, it will show you the values of the points as well as the date/time it was recorded.



  • @tim.mcmanus:

    @ha11oga11o:

    @tim.mcmanus:

    @dpa:

    Traffic graph is a bit off..showing gigabit or terra. Hoping for a fix. Interface statistics also showing exaggerated values.

    I can confirm the same issue.

    I have 125Mbit down and this is what my WAN graph is showing.

    I wish I had 1.5Gbit download speeds, but sadly this is not the case.

    If i may hijack this post,… im really bothered with this graph because there's no actual speed numbers. Seems that i need to have hawk eye to know current speeds.

    Devs, can you please add actual numerical speeds and make graph same size as it was. For me its half of size of old one at vertical. It looks useless for now.

    Thanks.

    If you mouse-over this graph, it will show you the values of the points as well as the date/time it was recorded.

    Yeah it does, but it shows data which "was recorded". I need old style real time data. And old size graph.

    Cheers!



  • Seems most people in this thread is refering to the monitoring rather than the traffic graph.

    My traffic graph is working, but the monitoring section is dead.
    All metrics show as 0

    On snmp it reports 0 on all but memory (mempool).