I am experiencing a strange problem with a 2901 router that I just installed. I replaced a 1760 router with a new 2901 router and all seems to be working but for some reason the txload on interface g0/0 and interface multilink1 show 255/255 even though there is no traffic going over to this router. I have dual routers at this location and at the moment I have all traffic going over to my other router a 2821.
You can measure transmit and receive traffic on any interface of Cisco Router or Switch. You can find txload and rxload fields of Cisco IOS’s command sh interface <> output and it will be in a number from 0 to 255. You then use that to calculate your bandwidth. txload and rxload roughly measure the amount of traffic passing out of and into an interface, respectively, relative to its perceived bandwidth. As an example, if it is a 100 Mbps Fastethernet interface, txload is 126/255 it means transmit traffic from this interface would be 50 Mbps. If rxload is 63/255 it means receive traffic on this interface would be 25Mbps.
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