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FAQ-Why the Bandwidth Advertised by Radius Differs from that Displayed on ME60

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  35 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
Why does the bandwidth advertised by Radius differ from that displayed on ME60?
Radius advertises the following bandwidth attributes to the packets passing authentication: 
  [Input-Peak-Rate(26-1)               ] [6 ] [524288]                         
  [Input-Average-Rate(26-2)          ] [6 ] [524288]                          
  [Output-Peak-Rate(26-4)            ] [6 ] [4194304]                         
  [Output-Average-Rate(26-5)       ] [6 ] [4194304]  
ME60 shows the bandwidth as follows in accounting request packets: 
 [Input-Average-Rate(26-2)          ] [6 ] [525000]  
  [Input-Peak-Rate(26-1)               ] [6 ] [525000]  
  [Output-Average-Rate(26-5)       ] [6 ] [4195000] 
  [Output-Peak-Rate(26-4)            ] [6 ] [4195000]  
      
Alarm Information
Null
Handling Process
A:
ME60 calculates the bandwidth in decimal system, and the granularity is 1K; that is, the value of CAR is the integer time of 1K, so 525000=INT[524288/1000]*1000. 
      
Root Cause
Null
Suggestions
In the connection with Radius, point out the rate billing unit to Radius.

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