[mrtg] Re: Off Topic - Cisco T1 Question
bwoodcoc at genuity.com
Thu Oct 11 16:31:11 MEST 2001
193 kBytes per second * 8 equals 1544 kBits per second.......That's a T1.
Also note the speed is usually set by default to be T1 as you see here for
Serial links. However it does not actually read the clock on the link (last
I knew anyway). You need to know the actual speed and set it with the
"bandwidth" command on the router for links other than T1 yourself.
At 09:13 AM 10/11/2001 -0500, Hunt, Jim wrote:
>I have a T1 between 2 buildings. (This is leased from a local Telco.) When
>I ran MRTG against the router, I got a reading of 193.0 kBytes/sec for the
>line speed. Obviously that isn't a T1. The Cisco routers are a 1720 at
>each end connected directly to the smart jack (with no CSU/DSU) and the LAN.
>Is there anyway for me to verify the bandwidth on the T1 other than knowing
>it is saturated and very slow. I have full access to the routers.
>Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
>Northwestern School Corporation
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