Get logical interface active bitrate

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L3 Networker

Get logical interface active bitrate

Hi,

How can I get the current bitrate of a logical interface at the time its queried via the API or CLI?

I've tried 'show interface tunnel.x' but that shows be the overall counters for that interface.

I know it can be done as Pan(w)achrome displays that information.  When I click on the birate speed in Pan(w)achrome it shows me 'tunnel.x.ibytes.rate', I just don't know where it's getting that from.

Will someone be able to help me.

Thanks,

Eugene

bat
L5 Sessionator

Re: Get logical interface active bitrate

Hi eugenep

Pan(w)achrome seems to be polling this <show><counter><interface>all</interface></counter></show>. I tried the above in REST API Browser and it showed me ibytes for the logical interface as well:

<entry>

<icmp_frag>0</icmp_frag>

<ifwderrors>0</ifwderrors>

<ierrors>0</ierrors>

<macspoof>0</macspoof>

<pod>0</pod>

<flowstate>0</flowstate>

<ipspoof>0</ipspoof>

<teardrop>0</teardrop>

<ibytes>1384740</ibytes>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

<noarp>0</noarp>

<noroute>0</noroute>

<noneigh>0</noneigh>

<nomac>0</nomac>

<l2_encap>0</l2_encap>

<zonechange>0</zonechange>

<obytes>699216</obytes>

<land>0</land>

<name>ethernet1/11.1</name>

<neighpend>0</neighpend>

<ipackets>14130</ipackets>

<opackets>7228</opackets>

<l2_decap>0</l2_decap>

<idrops>0</idrops>

</entry>

Let me know if this is what you are looking for.

L3 Networker

Re: Get logical interface active bitrate

Thanks csharma.  That still seems to be a count of the overall bytes in not the active/current rate.

When I look at that value it just keeps rising and I doubt I can have an active bitrate of <ibytes>17992771529714</ibytes>.

Thanks anyways.

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