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Default total traffic per day/wk/mo/yr reports

I have a client which just entered an agreement with a small local cable internet provider which has a monthly usage cap. I would like to set up something on the firewall (OBSD 4.6) that I can log into via SSH and run a command to show me the current usage report for the day/wk/mo/yr. The ISP sends out warning emails when the quota is getting close, so I don't need a warning system. Just the report to confirm the ISP's numbers and to be able to check on our own. Long ago I used ipa, but would like to know if there is some new snazzy solution here.
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