Joe Clarke Thu, 09/18/2008 - 21:12
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The output of show interface will give you the total inbound packets and outbound packets. It will also give you the number of broadcast packets received. You can subtract that number from the total packets received to get the unicast count. These counts should match what you'd see if you queried ifInUcastPkts and ifInNUcastPkts.

amitbatra Fri, 09/19/2008 - 00:01
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Hi Mate ,


thanks for your reply. well my question was. how to fing MIB value. lets say i want to create a rmon alarm if the interface untilization goes up or down certain percentage . we use ifEntry.. where can i find those values. is there any show command on Cisco router or any process which i can use to find the MIB values.


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Joe Clarke Fri, 09/19/2008 - 07:49
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Do you mean ifIndex value? Because there's no such thing as an ifEntry value. If you want the ifIndex values, you can use show snmp mib ifmib ifindex.

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