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Check Bandwidth, with iftop, for single interface (by Nestor@Toronto)

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check_bandwidth-iftop_single.shcheck_bandwidth-iftop_single.sh

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Using iftop to check current bandwidth for ONLY one NIC.

Script were written in BASH, tested on CentOS 6.X, Nagios 3.X


# Dependency: iftop
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bymdwaidari, February 6, 2018
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
not work
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Thanks for pointing out, it supposed to have one more parameter to put the NIC name.. eg.. eth0, ens33.. etc..

# Example
./check_bandwidth-iftop_single.sh -w 80 -c 90 ens33