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 Data transfers are divided into public and private. Transfers within our network are considered private Data transfers are divided into public and private. Transfers within our network are considered private
 and do not count towards the and do not count towards the
-[[informace:parametry_vps#​mbit_konektivita|limit]]. Transfers within one+[[information:vps_params|limit]]. Transfers within one
 node are not charged at all. node are not charged at all.
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 ===== Monthly Overviews ===== ===== Monthly Overviews =====
  
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 vpsAdmin measures transferred data every 10 seconds and uses that data to calculate the average for one second. vpsAdmin measures transferred data every 10 seconds and uses that data to calculate the average for one second.
 You can display it either in the “Networking -> Live monitor” menu or using You can display it either in the “Networking -> Live monitor” menu or using
-[[navody:​vps:​api|vpsfreectl]].+[[manuals:​vps:​api|vpsfreectl]].
  
 ==== Web Monitor ==== ==== Web Monitor ====
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 ==== CLI Monitor ==== ==== CLI Monitor ====
-[[navody:​vps:​api|vpsfreectl]] contains the ''​ip_traffic top''​ command, which runs a+[[manuals:​vps:​api|vpsfreectl]] contains the ''​ip_traffic top''​ command, which runs a
 TUI application similar to iftop TUI application similar to iftop
  
manuals/vps/traffic.txt · Last modified: 2016/12/11 21:00 by toms