I want to know that how to determine actual bandwidth of a serial interface which the provider is giving to us. By default serial interface have 1544 kbps bandwith and its shows interface counters ( tx load , rx load ) according to that timer. If the actual bandwith is 128 kbps then interface counters shows wrong traffic load. "Bandwidht" interface command is usefull when we know the actual bandwith. Is there any way that Router adapt the bandwidth on serial interface from carrier.
Hi, What I usually do to determinate the maximum bandwidth allowed by the ISP from Site A to Site B, is monitoring the in/out traffic of Serial Interface from a snmp software like PRTG Traffic Grapher, then copy a large file from a host in site A to another in Site B and the maximum bandwidth that show the PRTG when copy the file is the real bandwidth provided by the ISP.
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investigation, the there is 1s delay between the client KEXDH_INIT and
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