[mrtg] Re: Question on In & Out Stats
bwoodcoc at bbn.com
Thu Oct 7 23:10:22 MEST 1999
No, keep them separate. A T1 provides 1.544Mbps for *both* directions. You
are seeing a typical usage pattern given the requests are small but the
returned data is larger and therefore saturating the IN direction of your
link. You need an upgrade if you want performance to improve. Also watch
for the ifInDiscards/ifOutDiscards mib values. When these start
incrementing performance is already beginning to degrade.
At 01:03 PM 10/7/1999 -0700, Isaac wrote:
>This is probably a lame question but I need to confirm this before I can ask
>bandwidth. Any help would be great.
>MRTG 2.5.3 is reporting that our T1 to our upstream provider is using 94.7%
>and 33.1% OUT (511.1 kb/s).
>My question is do I add these two numbers together to get the total? Or is
>the OUT part of the IN stats? Meaning, are we using 94.7% of a T1 or 94.7%
>IN *plus* 33.1% OUT and we are totally saturated?
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