6 Replies Latest reply on Nov 5, 2010 2:04 PM by RyanJett

    Bandwidth Gauges vs Real-Time Interface Monitor


      I'm watching a particular interface on a Cisco 2821 router using both a Bandwidth Gauge, and the Real-Time Interface Monitor.

      Both are giving me drastically different numbers for the Receive and Transmit Kbps, with the RTIM being significantly higher.

      I am likely just confused what these numbers are actually showing me, but I assumed they would be the same.

      Can someone explain to me what the difference is between the Bandwidth Gauge "Receive" in Kbps and the RTIM "Bytes Received" in Kbps?