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This tool can be used to calculate the percentage of Network Interfaces Bandwidth Utilization for Full Duplex connections. This calculation works for Total Received and Sent, Bytes Sent and Bytes Received.




The formulas used to calculate a network interface's bandwidth utilization is as follows:

Formula: ((InBytes/second * 8) / (CurrentBandwidth * 1073741824(Bytes) * 8(bits) * Minutes)) * 100
Description: Bytes Sent/sec is the rate at which bytes are sent over each network adapter, including framing characters. If the NIC is full duplex, then this value can go up to the current bandwidth.

Formula: ((OutBytes/second * 8) / (CurrentBandwidth * 1073741824(Bytes) * 8(bits) * Minutes)) * 100
Description: Bytes Received/sec is the rate at which bytes are received over each network adapter, including framing characters. If the NIC is full duplex, then this value can go up to the current bandwidth.

Formula: ((TotalBytes/second * 8) / (CurrentBandwidth * 1073741824(Bytes) * 8(bits) * Minutes)) * 100
Description: Bytes Total/sec is the rate at which bytes are sent and received over each network adapter, including framing characters. Bytes Total/sec is a sum of Bytes Received/sec and Bytes Sent/sec. If the NIC is simplex, then this value can go up to the current bandwidth.

Enter Your Values In The Fields Below

Enter Values:

Total Rx|Received and/or Tx|Sent (Bytes):
OR:
Total Rx|Received and/or Tx|Sent (GigaBytes):


Interface Speed (Gb):
OR:
Interface Speed (Kb):


Time Span in Minutes (Minutes):