We have a 4507R with redundant Sup 2+. We also have WS-X4424-GB-RJ45 line cards for our servers, these line cards are oversubscribed 4:1 with a total of 6Gbps available for the card. We are just wondering if there is a way in which to monitor the oversubscribed port utilisation (ie the 4 ports that share the 1Gbps)
We currently are at port capacity and need to have utilisation statistics before deciding to move to a 6K platform. SNMP would be the preferred option for tracking. I would imagine there might be MIBS available?
I am sure there are MIBs to poll all these. But as a best practice, its always recommended to use non-oversubscribed ports for server farms. The oversubscribed cards are primarily designed for bursty traffic deployments such as gigabit to desktop
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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