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Rahter easy question but anyway, I want to be sure.
- If you have 371000 bits/sec on the interface how many bytes is that, and how do you count?
 

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Google is good at doing conversions, so thats what I use. For example, type:

371000 bits/sec in kilobytes/sec

in and it'll spit out the answer
 

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Of course, that's not the whole story. :smile: There is overhead involved in actually transferring data, so on that link you will not realize the speed you get by simply dividing by 8. You can figure on losing 10% or so at least for protocol overhead.
 
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