Network and Process tuning tool

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Edward
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bricked my rpi, don't want it to happen to anyone else....so testing more first
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WarHawk
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I installed vnstat and it works quite well
also iftop is a good one
all of these here are good network monitoring apps
https://www.bettertechtips.com/linux/li ... h-monitor/

Now tuning using qos or whatever is a different story...definitely let us know if you get it working
Edward
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WarHawk wrote:I installed vnstat and it works quite well
also iftop is a good one
all of these here are good network monitoring apps
https://www.bettertechtips.com/linux/li ... h-monitor/

Now tuning using qos or whatever is a different story...definitely let us know if you get it working
Did more research, found the proper repository, its actually going to be a part of the upcoming Debian release "Buster".

Everything works perfectly but its not recommended because its still not released. Maybe worth a look once Buster is released.
hazrahuzaim
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Hello, can you please tell me the difference between the CDN Qos and network QoS? I am looking for the Network QoS Forum and need to discuss some technical things...
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WarHawk
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Re: Network and Process tuning tool

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Edward wrote: Tue Apr 17, 2018 4:56 pm
WarHawk wrote:I installed vnstat and it works quite well
also iftop is a good one
all of these here are good network monitoring apps
https://www.bettertechtips.com/linux/li ... h-monitor/

Now tuning using qos or whatever is a different story...definitely let us know if you get it working
Did more research, found the proper repository, its actually going to be a part of the upcoming Debian release "Buster".

Everything works perfectly but its not recommended because its still not released. Maybe worth a look once Buster is released.
https://community.cisco.com/t5/other-ne ... ue#M167743

hope that helps
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