Please, do look at the input rate and output rate.
My company is having 2Mbps link intranet link , I haven't set any bandwidth on this interface:
My doubt is the total bandwith utlization on the link would be the sum of
out put rate and input rate... OR only output rate,and only input rate... I just completed my CCNA .. I am total confused with this.. I would be grateful ,, If any one can give a reliable answer for that....
The "Bandwidth" statement does not affect the actual throughput, it is there for some routing protocols (like EIGRP and OSPF) to become part of the "best path" determination. Some monitoring and management software will also use that number to establish the 100% baseline.
You can edit that statement for each interface independently. Fast Ethernet will automatically default to 100,000 Kbit (like T1 will default to either 1544K or 1536K depending on the hardware).
The bandwidth provided by the ISP / carrier would be full duplex (usually), so that you are likely getting 2 Meg down as well as 2 meg up (at the same time ... "4 meg" in marketing-speak ;-} )
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