I would like to know the command for checking the BW utilization of a DS3 link which is terminating on a Catalyst switch port. For this link we have configured the IP and others in MSFC through a VLAN inteface. But sh int vlan "#" is not giving the accurate utilization. I tried sh port , sh counters, sh mac etc.. all these commands in Cat. But still i am not getting the accurate utilization output like " last 5 min input rate #### " on a native OS.
Yes, you cannot get the real utilization via the router/switch interface. You can deploy an external monitoring system, e.g. MRTG/PRTG to monitor the utilization. However, we normally monitor the port at interval and according to the history to determine the rate.
Or you may connect to a Sniffer to monitor the utilization. But it is costly.
Thanks for ur reply. I may get the utilization graph if i connect the monitoring system. But i wanted to know only that time utilization only. ie.. if i give "sh int f0/0" on Cisco IOS i can see the utilization at below portion..
"5 minute input rate 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec
5 minute output rate 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec"
The same way i wants to see the utization on CatOS. I tried with "sh top " command and its giving a combined output of tx and rx . I wants to monitor individualy(tx or rx) . Any idea how it can be possible in CatOS.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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