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6500 CSM

The stupid manual does not give units for the interval used by a probe...does anyone know if these units are seconds or minutes?

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Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: 6500 CSM

Okay, i haven't got 4.1.1 on any of our CSM's but with the CSM and the CSM-S versions i have used it has always been in seconds.

Quickest way to test would be to just sniff the traffic on one of your servers to see how often the probe turns up.

Sorry i can't be more help.

Jon

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Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: 6500 CSM

Hi Dave

Presumably you are referring to the Content Switch Module ?. It is in seconds - see attached link

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/interfaces_modules/services_modules/csm/4.2.x/configuration/guide/helthmon.html#wp1025018

HTH

Jon

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Re: 6500 CSM

I should have said we are running software 4.1.1

In that manual the units are missing!

Has anyone acually run a test to confirm the units are seconds in v4.1.1?

Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: 6500 CSM

Okay, i haven't got 4.1.1 on any of our CSM's but with the CSM and the CSM-S versions i have used it has always been in seconds.

Quickest way to test would be to just sniff the traffic on one of your servers to see how often the probe turns up.

Sorry i can't be more help.

Jon

Re: 6500 CSM

Hi,

As far as I'm aware probes have always been in seconds.

Also, the 4.1.1 manual does say seconds, here:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/interfaces_modules/services_modules/csm/4.1.x/4.1.1/configuration/guide/helthmon.html#wp1025018

HTH

Andrew.

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