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"KB" definition

On a Netware 6.5.6 server, in Remote Manager, under the "View Statistics" option, then drawing the graph for "Lan Throughput", the graph says that the numbers are in KB. Is this KiloBYTES or KiloBITS? I say "bytes" but my network infrastructure guy is saying "bits". We are getting ready to purchase some new switches and wanted to get a rough idea of throughput across all our servers but this definition is holding us up -- especially since the difference equates to a factor of 8!

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Re: "KB" definition

Traditionally, "B" = bytes whereas "b" = bits ...


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