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Posted on 2006-11-08
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hello,
these are the stats from my website this week but i need to know
http://img457.imageshack.us/img457/9347/bandwidthle6.jpg
a little bit more about it! can someone please explaing it to me?
thanks
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Hi Sabrin,

What do you wish to know?
Green color is your inbound traffic ...
Peak rate 9.2 Mbps ... average rate 2.0 Mbps ... Rate at that instant was 3.1 Mbps ... total 141.1 Gigs downloaded
Blue is your outbound traffic ....
Peak rate 1.1 Mbps ... Average rate 212.8 kbps ...At that instant 314.9 Kbps ... total 15.4 gigs uploaded

Cheers!
sunnycoder
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the inbound traffic is from the webserver to the people who are searching the site right?
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For the interface whose stats you have posted, this is the number of octets received on that interface ... If the machine is a webserver, then yes, this is number of octets received by the webserver ... could be hits, could be file upload or anything else
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