I'm afraid not. You can configure your WAN module for 2Mbps but if the ISP was not contracted for 2Mbps, you won't get that speed.
Best to contact the provider for that information. The router won't display that information via a show command.
You can find out the maximum throughput the WAN interface can provide by sending large amount of packets via that interface and observe when packets start dropping due to congestion. Once that occurs, you've reached the limit.
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