Check with you ,the 5 minute input rate 47k means the internal traffic from E0 to S0 , is 47 k and from S0 to Internet is 21 k . which is the output rate . So does that mean , the SO is not fully utilised .
What will be rate look alike if the traffic from the Internet is high ...
Sorry , just asking , because I am not very sure .
Technically, it means that you have 47k of traffic leaving the S0 interface. In your case, if the only other interface is E0, the bulk of that traffic is likely to be that which enters the router through E0. There could be a small amount of traffic that is generated by the router itself if you are running a routing protocol or something.
AS I mentioned, the value is an average which seems to indicate that you are not really smashing the interface. But there could be times when the peak traffic hits the maximum rate of the interface .. however, over time the average comes out to be a bit lower.
If the interface is a 128k interface, a 5-minute rate of around 90-100k or even higher could indicate that you are driving the interface hard.
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