oh yes and it did make statistics but it seems that it doesn’t any more.
I did try to reboot the router with no luck.
Thanks in advance
What kind of network topology do you have, and what subnet have you activated bandwidthd for?
also what are the specs of the machine running zeroshell, and how much traffic/user do you usually have?
allthough seems like you have a single cpu machine and bandwidthd being configured for 3 subnets. each 200 seconds or whatever the zeroshell bandwidthd default is, it will redraw the graphs and that can be pretty cpu intensive, so first off i would try to lower the number of subnets it has to draw graphs for.