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Hi,

First, you should take the IP length, which is in bytes. Then you need to multiply by 8 to have bits. About the time axis, you can calculate it based on the difference between the actual time of the current packet and the time of the following packet from the same host. This way, you got an approximation of actual speed. It's easier to do the same graph with I/O Graph (Menu Statistics). If you take the time based on the difference between the first and the last packet, you obtain an average, which isn't not very good to find bottleneck problems.

What is your need, have an approximation of consumed bandwidth or find a throughput problem ?

Regards

Ben

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