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what is (speed)(RAW) means?

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hi all

I use Historic Data to generate monthly report, in csv file there is a column is XXX (speed)(RAW) ,

I want to know what is that unit ? and how to calculate to "speed" ?

ex:

Date Time	                Moo_In (speed)	Moo_In (speed)(RAW)
12/12/2017 02:40:00 - 02:45:00	1 Mbit/s	66812.3111
12/12/2017 02:45:00 - 02:50:00	1 Mbit/s	85902.6034
12/12/2017 02:50:00 - 02:55:00	1 Mbit/s	65861.4508
12/12/2017 02:55:00 - 03:00:00	1 Mbit/s	87006.6122
12/12/2017 03:00:00 - 03:05:00	1 Mbit/s	73011.741
12/12/2017 03:05:00 - 03:10:00	0.50 Mbit/s	62489.035
12/12/2017 03:10:00 - 03:15:00	1 Mbit/s	65351.1812
12/12/2017 03:15:00 - 03:20:00	1 Mbit/s	80024.542
12/12/2017 03:20:00 - 03:25:00	0.46 Mbit/s	58087.8443

column csvexport historic-data

Created on Dec 13, 2017 10:50:27 AM by  peter0909 (0) 1

Last change on Dec 13, 2017 10:59:50 AM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]



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Hi Peter,

The raw speed is basically the Packet Δ between this and the last scan, i.e. the amount of packets that went through in five minutes (or the configured interval).


Kind regards,
Stephan Linke, Tech Support Team

Created on Dec 14, 2017 9:42:01 AM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]



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hi Stephan Thanks for reply , but I still not really understand

for example

Date Time	                Moo_In (speed)	Moo_In (speed)(RAW)
12/12/2017 02:40:00 - 02:45:00	1 Mbit/s	66812.3111

So (1) is this means in 5 minutes there are 66812.3111 packets(variable) ? (2) and "packets" should be an integer ? (3) how to calculate from "66812.3111" to "1 Mbit/s"

please help me , thanks

Created on Dec 15, 2017 4:21:46 AM by  peter0909 (0) 1

Last change on Dec 15, 2017 5:01:55 PM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]



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Check out How To Calculate Bandwidth Utilization Using SNMP :)


Kind regards,
Stephan Linke, Tech Support Team

Created on Dec 15, 2017 5:08:29 PM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]

Last change on Dec 15, 2017 5:08:50 PM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]



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