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Real Time Interface Monitor

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The Real Time Interface Monitor simultaneously displays statistics from routers and switches. You can select from over 30 statistics grouping which include over 400 standard and proprietary statistics. Following is a list of statistics groups:

  • Traffic
  • Interface/Port status
  • Broadcast/Multicast
  • Errors/Discards
  • Interface/Port configuration
  • Time data was last Received/Transmitted
  • ARP cache
  • Ethernet statistics
  • Ethernet collisions
  • Token ring statistics
  • ATM AAL5 traffic
  • Frame relay configuration
  • Frame relay traffic
  • DS1 line status
  • DS1 last 15 minutes snapshot
  • ADSL configuration
  • AppleTalk configuration
  • 802.11 access point configuration
  • 802.11 access point power levels
  • 802.11 frame rates
  • 802.11 access point last client
  • 802.11 access point antennas
  • Wireless clients (Cisco APs)
  • Wireless access point SSID (Cisco APs)
  • Wireless bridges and repeaters (Cisco APs)
  • ISDN line configuration
  • Traffic rates (Cisco only)
  • Queue errors (Cisco only)
  • Slow vs. Fast switching
  • Protocols (Cisco only)
  • IGRP settings
  • Cisco discover protocol

All of these groups contain statistics specific to the grouping and baseline the statistics, when . For example, in the Traffic grouping, the receive and transmit percent utilization statistics need a baseline before they can be displayed. Baselines are taken automatically. Updates to statistics occur every 30 seconds, by default.

 
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