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[sw tput vs. agg bw]

can anybody explain the difference between switching throughput and aggregate bandwidth? or point to a document that explains what each one is?

regards,

c.

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Re: [sw tput vs. agg bw]

Switching Throughput : It is the maximum rate at which none of the offered frames are dropped by the switching device.

Aggregate Bandwidth is the total bandwidth of your link. That is B/w in TS\X + B/w in RX. For example in a E1 link - Aggregate bandwidth would be 4096K.

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Re: [sw tput vs. agg bw]

then why do ST and AggBW go hand in hand...it seems (in the docs) that they're talking about these to things as if they refer to the box (chassis) not interfaces.

regards,

c.

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