Ive a router thats bundled ATM interfaces togthers to creat an IMA interface, however, if I wanted to find out the true Bandwidth capacity available to me on that link where would (which command) i find that? Is it - sh int atm0/ima0 and read the BW statement?
thanks for your post. Your link is not what im after. Im looking for a command that will tell me what my total BW is on an IMA interface if say 1 out of 3 atm grouped interfaces failed.At the moment im taking the WAN providers word that each ATM circuit is 2mb for example.
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