Figure out what’s using your bandwidth with NetHogs

Have you ever wondered what applications were using all of your system bandwidth? Well now you can easily tell with a handy command line application called NetHogs!

First install it using:

sudo apt install nethogs

Then simply run it as root:

sudo nethogs

This will display a list of all of the running applications currently using your network interface as well as how much bandwidth they are actively using.

NetHogs in action!

There are some advanced command line arguments you can pass to change up the refresh interval or limit it to a specific network interface as well!

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