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I was looking at the "show ip nbar protocol-discovery interface 6/0" and I have 3000 as the 5 minute bit rate (bps). Can somebody shed a light on how to explain the 3000 of the 5 minute bit rate? Does it mean that I have 3000 bps for a period of 5 minutes? Thanks
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The average was 3000 bps over a five minute interval

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