NTM – Network Traffic Monitor

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NTM Is a network traffic monitor for Linux (ubuntu, kubuntu, ecc). Characteristics: Integrate with linux NetworkManager; Autodisconnect when a threshold is reached; Day report; Console and Gui interface (gtk); Not need root privilege;
Some characteristics:

* Choice of the interface to monitoring.
* Period to monitoring: Day, Week, Month, Year or Custom Days. With autoupdate.
* Threshold: Autodisconnection if a limit is reached (by NetworkManager).
* Traffic Monitoring: Inbound, outbount and total traffic; Show the traffic speed.
* Time Monitoring: Total time of connections in the period.
* Time Slot Monitoring: Number of sessions used.
* Reports: Show of average values and daily traffic of a configurable period.
* Online checking with NetworkManager or by "Ping Mode".
* The traffic is attributed to the day when the session began.
* Not need root privilege.
* Not invasive, use a system try icon.

NTM is useful for the people that have a internet plan with a limit, and moreover the exceed traffic is expensive.NTM is write in python and is a open source software, the license is the GNU GPL v2.

Install NTM in ubuntu

First you need to download .deb package from here once you have .deb package install by double clicking on it or run the following command from your terminal

sudo dpkg -i ntm-1.2.1.deb


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11 thoughts on “NTM – Network Traffic Monitor

  1. No funciona en Ubuntu 10.04 LTS 🙁
    y me hace falta una aplicacion asi porque no tengo internet ilimitado.
    Does not work in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS 🙁
    and I need an program so because I not have unlimited internet
    translated by google

  2. What I’m really after is an app with a GUI that will break down traffic by application and ideally to provide an option to throttle certain bandwidth greedy applications.

    Anyone know of such an application or one that is in development?

  3. Thanks rbhkamal, that’s nethogs is a great little app.

    I’m now using it in conjunction with another app called trickle to throttle the bandwidth hogging programs on my system.

  4. Nice tool, thanks for sharing.

    Nevertheless, I need something slightly different. I need a network monitor that tells (in real time, no need for logging, though it wouldn’t hurt) which applications are using the network. Any ideas?

  5. Great software and about to give it a try but does anyone know of some other application which can tell which specific is taking the bandwith share like in Windows Resource Manager Network Tab

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