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Monitoring questiongs

Greetings..

I have a DS3 connection coming into a 7204 Cisco. We have only provisioned 6MB of that pipe. Is there any way to monitor whether or not the provider is giving us all that we have provisioned? --From the router side? or is this only possible from the telco side?

Basically we want to make sure the provider is giving us what we are paying for. I have started looking at the MIB entries supported by the router, and haven't found anything yet.... (but have just started)...

i realize you can set the bandwitdh params on the ATM interfaces, and monitor this-- but would this do what we're needing? -- if it changed (say the provider dropped our pipe to 3MB) would it show up?

Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions.

David

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Re: Monitoring questiongs

David,

I am not quite sure giving you the right answer to your question, but you might test the MRTG-Tool (it is free) or Cisco QDM. QDM is a little peace of software which you have to load into the flash of your router. The user interface is http-based ...

QDM is used for configuring QoS Policies. Nevertheless, it is offering a monitoring function which provides some interfase statistics (packet rate etc.)

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