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nload is a command line tool used for monitoring network traffic and bandwidth usage on Linux systems. It provides real-time statistics about incoming and outgoing network data flows.

  1. The tool is highly useful for network administrators and users who want to keep track of their network usage.
  2. nload displays a live graph that shows the network traffic in a visually appealing manner.
  3. It calculates and displays both the incoming and outgoing network traffic speeds and the total amount of data transferred.
  4. The tool can be used to track bandwidth usage for specific network interfaces, such as Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or VPN connections.
  5. It presents the network traffic statistics in a user-friendly format, making it easy to understand and interpret the data.
  6. nload supports various protocols, including IPv4 and IPv6, making it compatible with different types of networks.
  7. Users can customize the appearance of the graph by choosing colors, scaling, and other visual options.
  8. It also provides additional information regarding the average and peak network speeds.
  9. nload allows users to filter network traffic based on port numbers or IP addresses, making it convenient for focusing on specific connections.
  10. The tool is open-source and actively maintained, ensuring regular updates and improvements based on user feedback.

List of commands for nload:

  • nload:tldr:0eac4 nload: View network traffic on specific interfaces (use the arrow keys to switch interfaces).
    $ nload device ${interface_one} ${interface_two}
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  • nload:tldr:56ba3 nload: View all network traffic (use the arrow keys to switch interfaces).
    $ nload
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