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Cisco Router Multilink PPP verify bandwidth

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I have a pair of T1's that connect two of my sites.  I have a cisco router on each end.  I have the 2 T1's bonded together using Multilink PPP.

Is there a Cisco IOS command that will verify that I am getting 3.0 Mbps on that connection?
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You can look at the 5 minute average:

show int multilink1   <--your multilink interface

Look at the input/output average.
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I was hoping there was a more "elegant" way to test the bandwidth or view the active multilink, but your solution does work and I appreciate the feedback.  -Steve
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You can use any number of bandwidth monitoring apps like MRTG or Cacti if you want to graph the bandwidth utilization historically.
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