[mrtg] Re: conversions for MaxBytes (fixed)

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Tue Feb 15 23:05:57 MET 2000

Dan Wentzel wrote:
> So, the actual usable bandwidth to be entered into MaxBytes is 192KB/s, NOT 193KB/s.

OK, the maximum payload is 192KB/s.  But what is measured by the router?
If it indicates 1544kbps itself, not 1536, wouldn't it be logical to also
count the framing bits?

If true:  you should have 193000 as the maxbytes setting
If false: the interface load as computed by the device would never reach
the full scale.

Anybody out there who knows for sure?

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