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Network Bandwith graph in Network Assistant

Hi,

I am using Network Assistant to monitor our switches. Can anybody explain me how I can interpret the graph.

The graph shows a 0.01000 % Utilization on a Gigabit Uplink. What does this mean? Is the utilization really that low

or is the graph somehow wrong?

It would be great if somebody could explain.

Thx....Andy

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Re: Network Bandwith graph in Network Assistant

Whatever information it captured with the help of SNMP trap are normally true.

in u r case say it is 0.01000 % of 1 Gbps (1X1024X1024 kbps) = 104.8576 kbps which is normal traffic on any interface.

Hope this makes you bit clear

Shailesh

Re: Network Bandwith graph in Network Assistant

Hi,

I am using Network Assistant to monitor our switches. Can anybody explain me how I can interpret the graph.

The graph shows a 0.01000 % Utilization on a Gigabit Uplink. What does this mean? Is the utilization really that low

or is the graph somehow wrong?

It would be great if somebody could explain.

Thx....And

Hi Andy,

Just check it out also there would be some other option in drag down area where % is selected in network assistant for shoiwing vlaues in Kbps/Mbps rather showing in %.

HTH

Ganesh.H

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