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Setup WebFig for Mikrotik 750GL to Monitor Traffic

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Is there any way to configure WebFig v5.26 for the Mikrotik 750GL to show total bandwidth / traffic used by Port.
I just want to see how many MB each port is using to see what is using my bandwidth each month?
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Not sure if WebFig keeps historical data. Your best bet might be to enable SNMP and install MRTG/PRTG/something on a Linux/Win box to monitor it.

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