When looking at the overall traffic graph for a device such as a router or a switch, the graphs will show the same IN/OUT traffic (as its graphing the ISP eth port “IN” + the uplink to your switch/customers eth port “OUT”)
As opposed to being able to see the BW IN and the BW OUT in a graph. How can i fix this?
(im having troubble phrasing this, but my piont is the Overall traffic graph will almost always look like a mirror image for IN/OUT, which is not very informative. as opposed to being able to see your IN traffic and your OUT traffic, without having to drill down to a graph for a specific eth port)
i think what i want to do is disable graphing for one of the many eth ports on JUST the “overall traffic graph”. Maybe im doing something wrong, bc i cant see how the overall traffic graph would be of use to a majority of ppl if you cant make out IN / OUT (because , as an example on a switch, if eth 1 is taking in traffic, of course eth2 is pushing out that same traffic)
vs (same device, but below is more the graph im looking for on the librenms “overall traffic” graph