The following graphs were generated from the Untangle NGFirewall from Jan 16th to Jan 20th.
Network interface, external & internal, usage covering the dates of Jan 16th to 20th. This graph shows spikes that go will over the max bandwidth for the internet circuit 100 Mbps. The graph list usage in Bytes (MBps) instead of bits (Mbps) that is used to measure the internet circuit. The translation from Mbps to MBps for the total internet circuit bandwidth is 100Mbps to 12.5MBps. The over utilization of the internet bandwidth appears to only be spikes during the day and that most of the time internet usage in under the max internet bandwidth.
Bandwidth Usage, this graph show the bandwidth usage from 1-16 to 1-20, by data transfer rate in KBs by Received, Sent and Total. The highest spike is on 1-20 is 19.7Mbps and that is well below the total internet bandwidth.
The Top Applications Usage graph show the bandwidth usage of the top applications from 1-16 to 1-20. The top application is HTTP web traffic.
This chart shows the top category by received bytes. Web services is top with Streaming Media second.
The Top Hostnames chart shows the computers/systems with the highest bandwidth usage from 1-16 to 1-20. DELLWKS22 used by Amy Hall is the top host for this report.
This chart show the top app by received bytes for DELLWKS22.
This chart shows the top app by sent bytes for DELLWKS22.
This chart shows the top category by received bytes for DELLWKS22.
This last chart shows the top category by sent bytes for DELLWKS22.
Based on the reports, bandwidth usage does not appear out of control but AFT may benefit from controlling bandwidth usage by app and/or category.