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How do I show the 'bandwidth' allotment in a 7206VXR?

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Jan 9th, 2003
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In a 7206 I am only allowed a certain amount of 'bandwidth' per box, which makes me have to be particular with what modules I can install. Is there a command that will tell me what bandwidth is already used up so I can decide if I can install certain blades?

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Bradley Littlejohn Thu, 01/09/2003 - 12:56
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Bandwidth usage is dynamic. You will have to use a product like concord to poll the interfaces.

vmiller Thu, 01/09/2003 - 16:08
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Depends on which NPE you have.

for the NPE 200 it depends on the amt of SRAM, figure 3 high speed ints.

(100bm or >)

for NPE 225s

Its on a "points" basis. with 600 points per bus. use full duplex numbers for any interface..i.e 200mb for faste 32 mb for token ring ( I just know you guys still have some).....

The bellevue S.E.s have a doc...I'll try and root it out

vmiller Fri, 01/10/2003 - 09:47
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I emailed you the doc on 7200 b/w capacity

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