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How to display all the port statistics on a Cisco SG 300-20 Gbit switch

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I just installed an Cisco SG 300-20 Gbit switch and I'm trying to find the selection that shows me the amount of traffic on each port but I can't find this. I'm missing something here but don't know what.
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