I'm looking at the serial interface on a 1751 router that has a single Frame relay PVC running on it and it shows the following throughput. (It has a 48K CIR and a 64K access speed.The serial interface has the bandwidth 64 command implemented.)
Why does the available bandwidth only display 48/kilobits a second when i would have thought it should be 64 ?
Also if we're tranmitting below the Access rate but above the available bandwidth will this lead to dropped packets/latency ? (assuming in this case that the FR network isn't congested)
Is there any way of showing over time how much of a workout the output queue's are getting ?
I am trying to prove that some of our sites need higher bandwidth however this is hard to prove because the people that monitor our network are only getting alarms when the line is over-utilised for 10 minutes or so. Obviously with Citrix traffic latency is a big problem and people tend to notice on a minute by minute basis how slow things are going. I know for a fact that were are getting output drops on the interface but what can be considered acceptable ?
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