Question on using Bandwidthd



  • If I have bandwidthd installed and I only want to monitor bandwidth that isn't internal what do I have to do to achieve that?

    The only way I can get it working right now is binding to LAN which shows all traffic including internal.
    When I bind to WAN, I get nothing.



  • Posting in this thread even though it is old as it is the second one that pops up in a search.

    I had the same issue, finally realized you select the wan i/f and put the subnet/cidr address your wan is part of in the "Subnet" field.  Stop bandwidthd from running prior to the change.  It apparently only populates the lan side, at least when being used in a NAT configuration at least.


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