Reference to the below information from Cisco, and the output of the show interface POS commands (7606-S router having 8 POS interfaces on the same SIP-200). I have 2 questions, I hope someone can answer me:
1-The total (aggregated from all POS ports) is 1199 Mbps, how can it exceed the bandwidth supported in the Sip-200 data sheet! Which is limited to only 622 Mbps
2-How the “show interfaces POS” command show different values! When executed from the router and then from the SIP line? Knowing that it was issued at exactly the same time
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