almost any NIC / OS will support SNMP MIB-II counters, which includes octets Tx 
and Rx. MANY tools available for "getting" snmp mib values.

If you want util AND details on IP, ports, etc. - check out nTop.org

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From: owner-freebsd-questi...@freebsd.org <owner-freebsd-questi...@freebsd.org>
To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Sent: Sun Aug 02 15:08:38 2009
Subject: Analyze load of the channel to Internet

Hello everybody...
Need to view and get real-time reporting of outgoing channel to Internet?
I think, that this is may be realized by means of ipfw (e.g. - get counters
of count rules for Internet and divide them to time, which passed between
analyzing)
But, maybe, there is an utility, to which I can communicate (or which could
analyze) my outgoing channel to Internet - and report me (mean some
redirection script) when an outgoing channel gets overflowed, and I need to
redirect all other outgoing traffic to another channel.

I would like to clear: I have to channels for Internet, meaned for gaming
club - but I don't have enough finance to afford buying some Cisco device
and this 2 channel are 512 kilobits and 768 kilobits of outgoing traffic

Please, help
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