So 10,000 packets per second of 64 byte packets (don't forget to calculate your CRC on top of that that adds 4 bytes, so it is really 68 bytes) is as follows;
68 bytes x 8 = 544 bits 10000 packets per second x 544 bits per packet = 5,440,000 bits per second 5440000 bits per second / 1024 bits per kilobits = 5,312.5 Kbps 5312.5 Kbps /1024 Kb/Mb = 5.18798828125 Mbps
and for multicast packets on this interface can packets moving between the switch ports for stp also.
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