Notice the .1 'if-index' after the IP address. Of course, yours will be different. My DS-3 I/F just happened to end up .1 . You will also notice that although I'm monitoring a DS-3 coax pipe, I've limited the actual bandwidth to 386KBs. I actually have two DS-1's and have them mux'd together, with the mux presenting a 'coax DS-3' to the router ATM interface.
Here's one of the 'sub-interface' PVCs that does have an IP address assgined to it:
Notice the .24 index. This PVC rides within the first physical ATM interface. I have two more just like it (different if-indexes), all riding within the ATM pipe. The above config shows bandwidth based on our 'burst' size for the PVC, which is 1.544Mbs or 193KBs.
All this depends on your being able to access the if-index on your router as stated in the html link above.
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