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Backplane throughput determination

Hi

Is there a command I can run to see the total backplane throughput in use on Cisco Cat4006 Switches ?

Thanks

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: Backplane throughput determination

Hello CCDE,

if IOS based

try with

sh platform health

in this lenghtly show there is a section about BW usage per slot

example

sh platform health | begin Allocation

Allocation ceiling Current allocation

------------------ ------------------

kbytes % in use kbytes % in use

Linecard 1's Store 258.00 3% 9.92 100%

Linecard 2's Store 258.00 62% 162.09 100%

Linecard 3's Store 258.00 62% 162.09 100%

Linecard 4's Store 258.00 66% 171.03 100%

Linecard 5's Store 258.00 62% 162.09 100%

Linecard 6's Store 258.00 62% 162.09 100%

Hope to help

Giuseppe

Community Member

Re: Backplane throughput determination

Do we know what the max througput is per slot for 4006.I could not find data sheets.It says total of 30Gbps backplane throughput

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: Backplane throughput determination

Hello CCDE,

a WS-4548 can do only 6 Gbps per slot also on a C4506 ( to be said)

So I would expect 6 Gbps per slot

Hope to help

Giuseppe

Bronze

Re: Backplane throughput determination

Hi.

The maximum throughput in Cat4x00 series of switches is actually determined by the Supervisor used, and they are fixes at 6 Gbps per slot for all non-E supervisors, while the Sup6E gives 24 Gbps per slot in Cat4500E chassis.

HTH, Ingolf

Purple

Re: Backplane throughput determination

If catos , the current usuage is shown with "show traffic" . If you need the total then you would have to look up the specs on the box on cisco.com .

Community Member

Re: Backplane throughput determination

"show traffic" gives me nothing

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