- two ppp links, one of 2Mbps,another of 512 Kbps, in the link of 2 Mbps I now that my top utilization will be 512 Kbps, this value is only achieved one day a month, the rest of time Ive 54 Kbps output average ,do I have any advantage of having the 2 Mbps link.
- Ive 2 Mbps ppp link between two branch offices, when Im copying files between locations I never occupy the entire link, the maximum that I achieved was about 1.5 Mbps, why cant I get full link occupation .
-When should I upgrade a link? , when is 75% occupied?, what are the guide lines /counters that I should take in consideration?
-What Cisco tools can I use to measure bandwidth utilization?
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