Three proposals. Self-evident, yes? 1. In the Connections Chart, add a line like this:  connections idle  seconds [show] Those 234 idle connections are then excluded from the display. If you click on  you see the details on those idle connections. If you click on  you can change the threshhold of "idle". If you click on [show] the display changes to: [hide idle connections] and all connections are included, as they are today. I would put this line on the same line as the "Total" line. 2. In the Outbound Chart, add this to the Total line: 23% of limit=620 kbit/s 3. In the Inbound Chart, add this to the Total line: 45% of limit=3210 kbit/s Dropped nnn kbit/s nn kB/s. . . . Alternatively, here is a more substantial proposal for Outbound and Inbound: In the columns, make the %-ages relative to the bandwidth limit. Then, on the Total line, it will not say 100%, but the actual %-age utilization. Drop the kbit/s column in the Pie Charts display, and add a "Limit" column. Then we can see directly how the actual utilization relates to the limit for each class. I propose dropping kbit/s everywhere, using only kB/s.