[mrtg] Re: Off Topic - Cisco T1 Question
Daniel R. Kilbourne
drk at netophilia.net
Thu Oct 11 16:28:33 MEST 2001
Why do you say that is not a T1?
193.0 kB = 193000 B
there are 8 bits in a Byte, so...
193000 B X 8 bits/Byte = 1544000 bits = 1.544 MB = T1
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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