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How to know the current throughput?

Hi Messrs!

I would like your help. How can I do using CLI, to know the current throughput of 2691 router?

I know that max throughput is 28Mbps and 70000 pps.

thanks in advance,

Renato

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Re: How to know the current throughput?

Hi

AFAIK you can check out the traffic traversing in & out thru the interfaces which are enabled and capable of forwarding traffic but theres no such cli which can be used to find out the throughput of the box as a whole.

regds

Re: How to know the current throughput?

Hi,

If it supports the "show interfaces summary" command then you can total the RXPS and TXPS of each interface to give you an approximate figure.

HTH - plz rate if it does

Andrew.

Re: How to know the current throughput?

Hello,

in addition to the other posts, you could also use the command 'show ip traffic', or configure 'ip accounting' (on the interface you want to know the throughput of), and then monitor the source and destination traffic amount with 'show ip accounting'...

HTH,

GNT

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Re: How to know the current throughput?

Please beware that "IP accounting" will consume more CPU resource. If you find the CPU loading reach high after enable the "IP accounting", you may need to remove it to avoid the impact to user.

New Member

Re: How to know the current throughput?

or if you want use a free software that gives u graphical presentation of in/out trafic in bps such as PRTG.

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