Network traffic

Posted on 2016-07-16
Last Modified: 2016-07-16
Hi guys

which information here is Upload and Download

Question by:yodaa
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by:John Hurst
ID: 41714787
Received traffic is in the Received Rx columns and Transmit is in the Transmit Tx columns. Bytes are probably most important to you.
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by:John Hurst
ID: 41714789
The device receiving the traffic would be the download.

Author Comment

ID: 41714791
Okay so uploading is Tx Bytes
RX bytes is Downloading ?
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by:John Hurst
ID: 41714795
If you are the receiving person, yes.

Author Comment

ID: 41714797
I have on my network TX  178,970,330,695 since  so is it 178 GB?
and I have RX 676,817,741,343 since  is it 676 GB ?

Up Time 134 Days  

If I want to check Uploading and Downloading Should I look on TX bytes and RX bytes ?
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John Hurst earned 500 total points
ID: 41714799
1. Yes.
2. Yes.
3. Yes to get traffic total both ways.
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Expert Comment

by:John Hurst
ID: 41714803
Thank you and good luck measuring traffic.

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