PHP frontend for the vnStatI utility. Easily get up to date graphs of your network traffic using vnStat.
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  1. I needed a tool like this for my pfSense router, so I decided to go ahead and write my own. I loved getting these graphs from [vnStat](http://humdi.net/vnstat/), and wanted it on my new router. Easy to share and nice to look at. Make sure you edit the config.php file to your liking.
  2. # Installing tools on pfSense
  3. 1. Install Status_Traffic_Totals package in package manager.
  4. 2. In the Traffic Totals panel, enable graphing.
  5. 3. Edit `/usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/pfSense.conf` and `/usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/FreeBSD.conf` to enable FreeBSD packages.
  6. 4. Install git `pkg install git`
  7. It is important to note that you should return the repo configurtation to have FreeBSD as off before upgrades otherwise upgrades may fail.
  8. # Installation on pfSense
  9. ```bash
  10. cd /usr/local/www
  11. git clone https://github.com/GRMrGecko/vnStatGraphP.git
  12. ```