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Bandwidth usage on FE subinterfaces

I have a 4700 router with fast ethernet subinterfaces. I'd like to be able to view bandwidth used on these interfaces (5min input rate, 5min output rate). Currently the output for the subinterfaces does not show this. Is it possible to display this as well?

Thanks

Raja

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Re: Bandwidth usage on FE subinterfaces

Since you have Fast Ethernet subinterfaces then I would assume that you are running Trunking on your FE interface. If you are then the bandwidth usage will reside on the physical interface. So if you have FE0/1.1 and FE0/1.2, the bandwidth will be calculated on FE0/1.

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Re: Bandwidth usage on FE subinterfaces

That is correct, the bandwidth is shown on the trunk. However I need the bandwidth on each subinterface.

I can do this with mrtg/snmp. However I wanted to see if there was any way to display it from the console.

Raja

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