I have t1 line with Bell South and the t1 line terminates on a Cisco 1721 Router at both Corporate locations. I do not believe that I am getting a full 1.5 Mbps through the line between the two locations. I manage the routers at both location.
Is there any software or router configuration commands that I can do to test from router to router the amount of speed that I am receiving from the T - 1 line?
You can check your controller t1 to see the status of the line. If by what you are saying is true then the line may not be provisioned correctly. Then you will be getting errors on it. However if you are configured for ESF/B8ZS and Nx64 for all 24 DS0's, then you should be getting 1536kbps.
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