Anybody knows how to see the transmit interval (Tc)? I tried the command "show traffic-shape", but looks like that command only works for frame relay traffic shaping. I configured "police" in ethernet interface, with bandwidth of 320000 bps without specifying the Bc. The router then automatically set the Bc to 1/32 of the CIR, which is 10000 byte. If we follows the CIR=Bc/Tc, then Tc=Bc/CIR, then we got the Tc = 0.25 s. The problem is, from what I've read from cisco documentation, Tc is between 10 ms - 125 ms. This means that the value from the router doesn't conform with the document. How could this happen? I tried this using cisco 7200 series.