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DFM High Queue drop rate on AP1200

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Jul 11th, 2006
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This message is often send by email from CISCOWORKS DFM.


Please can you help me about this message. This is an very strange Message. It is AP configuration error ?

Don't my AP work fine ?


Here the message I reveice by mail:


EVENT ID = 0000I8P

ALERT ID = 000076W

TIME = Tue 04-Jul-2006 08:00:17 CEST

STATUS = Active

SEVERITY = Critical

MANAGED OBJECT = frstrcap0005

MANAGED OBJECT TYPE = Wireless

EVENT DESCRIPTION = HighQueueDropRate::Component=IF-FRSTRCAP0005/8 [BV1] [130.169.103.173];Type=BRIDGE;OutputPacketNoErrorRate=0.30416667 PPS;DuplexMode=FULLDUPLEX;InputPacketQueueDropRate=0.3625 PPS;InputPacketQueueDropPct=99.7249 %;MaxSpeed=54000000;OutputPacketQueueDropPct=0.0 %;OutputPacketQueueDropRate=0.0 PPS;QueueDropThreshold=1;InputPacketNoErrorRate=0.0 PPS;

Thanks

Herv?

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miheg Tue, 07/11/2006 - 03:05
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Looks like the AP receives many bad packets. Probably from the radio side.


Interference maybe? Aerial problem?


Wonder why it mentions the BVI, if they where bad when received on the radio interface they should be droped there.


Cheers,


Michel

David Stanford Tue, 07/11/2006 - 05:06
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You might want to check the device itself to see if these errors are legit or not. Looks like there's a high rate of drops on the device so you might want to see if this is actually correct.

n.bowbridge Tue, 07/11/2006 - 20:29
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I had a similar problem with one of our 1200 AP's. Upgrading the IOS to 12.3(8).JA solved the problem.

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