https://www.ostechnix.com/vnstat-monitor-network-bandwidth-in-linux-and-bsd/ VnStat is a free, open source, light-weight, and console-based Network Traffic monitor. Using this tool, we can easily find how much network bandwidth is consumed and display the result hourly, daily, monthly, or for specific time period. It gathers the usage details of a single or multiple Network interfaces and displays the summary in the command line. We can use this tool to calculate the approximate amount of Internet bandwidth usage per month or per day or for a particular period of time.
Available in repositories of Debian/Ubuntu. Check with your package manager (APT/PPM).
You need not to start vnstat on DEB-based systems, because it will be automatically started during installation time.
vnStat uses eth0 as default network interface in its configuration file(/etc/vnstat.conf).
In some Linux systems (e.g. Ubuntu), the network interface name might be different, like enp0s3, enp0s8. You can verify the network interface’s name using “ip addr” command.
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