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View bandwidth utilization on Marconi switches

View bandwidth utilization on Marconi switches

View bandwidth utilization on Marconi switches

Anyone familiar with Marconi equipment? I work with ATM quite a bit and am trying to find out how to look at the bandwidth utilization of a Virtual Path. This particular instance is dealing with a BXR48000. I know with most Marconi switches you can just do a "vpt sh" command to see what is being used at that time (which works with the BXR48l) but if the path is set up as a CBR then the bandwidth will always be the same. Is there any way to actually see how much "user" data is being used under a path that is set up as CBR?

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