nGenius Link Usage Graph: Utilization on Full Duplex Link
When suing nGenius Traffic Monitor and viewing the Link Usage graph for switch ports, utilization is plotted in a standard graph. My question is whether or not the data changes context when the port being displayed is a full duplex link? I.e., if the graph says I was at 45% utilization during time period X, should I read the data any differently than if it was a half duplex link? I.e., could I have a max'd link in one direction while only slightly using it in the other?
I'm digging around the doc's but so far haven't found an answer.
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