Prior Month Network Statistics

The statistical graphs below represent data from May 2016.


Internet Traffic

The graph below shows the volume of incoming data to San José State, and the volume of outgoing data from San José State to the Internet. SJSU has 2 Internet connections.

CC connection

This graph shows the volume of incoming data to San José State, and the volume of outgoing data from San José State to the Internet from June 1 through June 30, 2014. The volume of data has decreased to less than 1.1 G bits per second and stays consistent week to week.

MH connection

This graph shows the volume of incoming data to San José State, and the volume of outgoing data from San José State to the Internet from June 1 through June 30, 2014. The volume of data has decreased to less than 1.1 G bits per second and stays consistent week to week.

Traffic to the Delta College Data Center

The graph below shows the volume of data sent from San José State to the Data Center, and the volume of data sent from the Data Center to San José State.

This graph shows the volume of data sent from San José State to the Delta College Data Center, and the volume of data sent from the Delta College Data Center to San José State from June 1 through June 30, 2014. The y-axis (bits per second) of the chart has increased to 800 M (compared to 220 M the month before) to show the spike that occurred during Week 28. There was no data being sent for a period between Week 25 and 26.


Wi-Fi Concurrent Users

The graph below shows how many users were connected to our Wi-Fi at the same time. The valleys are representative of the weekend, while the peaks are the weekdays.

This graph shows how many users were connected to our Wi-Fi at the same time, from June 1 through June 30, 2014. The number of users has been consistent each week in the 5,000 to 9,000 Client Count range.


Wi-Fi Client Throughput

The graph below shows the rate of successful message delivery over our Wi-Fi network, measured in bits per second. It is essentially the same as digital bandwidth consumption.

This graph shows the rate of successful message delivery over our Wi-Fi network, measured in bits per second. It is essentially the same as digital bandwidth consumption, from June 1 through June 30, 2014. The y-axis (Throughput) has decreased to 55,000 Kbps compared to 200,000 Kbps the month before. There was a sharp drop during the middle of the month.


Wi-Fi Client Session Summary

The tables in the document below list detailed Wi-Fi user statistics, including connection type, average number of sessions, and average number of devices.

Client network stats