Installing and using iftop
yum -y install libpcap libpcap-devel ncurses ncurses-devel gcc
tar -zxvf iftop-0.17.tar.gz
Once complete, just execute:
iftop -n -i eth1
Please note that your server may not be running on eth1, you may need to adjust this accordingly.
For quicker use, you could also create an alias to avoid typing the whole command. For example, if your server is running on eth1:
echo "alias iftop='iftop -n -i eth1'" >> /root/.bashrc
You'll then need to exit your SSH session and re-login. Following this, you will be able to use iftop to monitor your network traffic.
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