How can I measure bandwidth/traffic on Cisco2600

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Sep 6th, 2007
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site1 -- symantec firewall -- ADSL router -- internet -- Cisco 2600 -- symantec firewall -- OFFICE.

I have 3 remote sites which connect to the internet and then to the OFFICE.

Is there a command on the Cisco 2600 to tell how much bandwidth these 3 sites are each using ?

If not then can anyone recommend me a easy utility?

Cheers A Noobie

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spremkumar Thu, 09/06/2007 - 20:17
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i dont think the usage of remote locations can be viewed or monitored in your 2600 instead you can monitor the bandwidth being used by your location where 2600 is installed.

for the usage of respective locations i feel you better need to monitor the respective location boxes to obtain the same.

that will give you the precise utilisation information of the respective location which you are monitoring..


Pavel Bykov Thu, 09/06/2007 - 23:11
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You could create a QoS map with only MATCH clauses, that would match on IP address (one class for every bracnh), and then see how much bandwidth is offered to every class (in that case it would be branch).


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