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is there any tools in linux for :

  • monitoring upload and download traffic
  • host ip and mac using (that is live)
  • device name

    of all users who use our wifi or local network?

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  • Wireshark would be a good place to start – Joe Oct 18 '17 at 14:00
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You are asking for one tool to explore a whole field of IT. There are multiple tools for doing these kinds of things, but it all depends on what you want and how easily you want to process the information.

The mother of monitoring all networking traffic going through you card is Wireshark. To get all the network traffic through your networking-card you should explore tools like Bettercap.

If you only want to know the hostname, MAC and IP you should use nmap. This will scan your network and give you some results on the hosts and services available (live) on your system

A good tool which is very easy to use to just get IP an MAC adresses on your network is arp-scan

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