Checking port utilization on 3750

Posted on 2007-10-02
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Can anyone give me a quick rundown on any show/debug commands I can use to check port utilization between 3750 trunk links? Are there any commands that will give me a percent value?
Question by:EntityPacket
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    You can use the usual "show interface" command on the actual port that the trunk runs on - e.g.:-
    show interface gi1/0/1
    You could look at the 5 minute input rate and 5 minute output rate .
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    I saw that, I was wondering if there are any other commands I could use. Thanks.
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    Another option is to use MRTG - to query the appropriate ports via SNMP - this will give you some nice graphs ans stats.
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    Author Comment

    Thanks, but I really wanted to know additional show/debug commands I might could use.

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