Finding the BW utilization on my Router's interface

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May 17th, 2007

Hi,

Can somebody tell me what command should I run in order to find the BW utilization on my router's interface?

Thanks,

Haitham

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desai.jaideep Thu, 05/17/2007 - 03:44

Hi

In "sh int" you will see txload and rxload. these are in terms of 255 (not 100) These are very fast tools to check the lnik utilization.

Regards

JD

spremkumar Thu, 05/17/2007 - 03:45

hi

you can check with show interface serial x/x just replace the serial keyword with other interface type if you are trying to monitor any other interface type.

You can check out the input/output packet utilisation which is of 5 Minute stats which you can change back to 30 Second period using load-interval 30 under the interface mode.

the other way of doing out this is by enabling snmp to send the traps back to your NMS server for which you can make use of PRTG or MRTG application...

regds

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