Network traffic Graph

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By the Host in Summary I see "Network traffic" which network card is this?
The card with which the Host can be reached?
We have other network cards, can we show the other Graph? (Storage, Cluster)

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It is cumulative over all network interfaces.

Using a dedicated monitoring solution can give you a much more detailed view of your hosts. Keep in mind that Proxmox VE is based on Debian. Monitoring agents for Debian should work fine. I personally use Zabbix. Some people swear by CheckMK, others by … :)
 
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It is cumulative over all network interfaces.

Using a dedicated monitoring solution can give you a much more detailed view of your hosts. Keep in mind that Proxmox VE is based on Debian. Monitoring agents for Debian should work fine. I personally use Zabbix. Some people swear by CheckMK, others by … :)
Thank you.
However, it would be very useful to have the individual graphs of the Interfaces (NIC, Bond). So that the user can choose which one he wants to display.
Is something like that planned?
 
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