This plugin allows you to measure the bandwidth that was used by each page view or download. It enriches existing reports and APIs to show the used bandwidth. Find more information in the FAQ.
This plugin is compatible with Matomo 3 (see requirements below for more details).
How can I track the bandwidth?
The bandwidth will be automatically tracked when using the log importer as long as your log format is supported.
If you are using the HTTP Tracking API
you can specify the bandwidth in bytes by appending the URL parameter
bw_bytes=1234 to the tracking URL. In this case
a bandwidth of 1234 bytes will be tracked.
Which actions support tracking of bandwidth?
Pageviews (Page URLs and Page Titles) as well as Downloads.
In which reports is the used bandwidth displayed?
All reports will show a column
Average Bandwidth and
The "Visitors => Overview" report shows a total bandwidth overview and it is possible to view the evolution over period.
Which APIs does this plugin define or enrich?
There is a report
Bandwidth.get returning the total bandwidth (across all actions).
It also enriches varies reports such as
For example it adds columns such as
max_bandwidth to each page view.
Why are the bandwidth columns are not displayed in the UI?
Make sure the Bandwidth plugin is activated by going to
Administration => Plugins. Also the bandwidth columns are not
displayed if no bandwidth was tracked in the current selected month.
Yes, you can set the
_paq.push(['appendToTrackingUrl', 'bw_bytes=1234'); to track the bandwidth of your pages.