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Bandwidth Utilization and Projection Report for Cisco ME-3400

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What is a good way to extract bandwidth graphs from a Cisco ME-3400 switch to show both current utilization on a given interface and a projection of how much bandwidth will be needed for a future project?  Tools at my disposal are Solarwinds Performance Monitor and show commands directly on the switch.
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Solarwinds has a free tool called "real-time bandwidth monitor"
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That was it.  Solarwinds allows us to track uplinks and print charts based on the interfaces of those uplinks.  Thank you!
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