Can a broadcast storm stops network usage? Our customer has a situation like that. They said that all switches are blinking together and the network was down.
I think a virus has infected couple of pcs and they start to brodcast all together at the same time.
Like this situation what must be the storm-control broadcast level ??
Forgot to add: I use RSTP on all switches. Mostly 2960-24-TC-L
When a broadcast storm happened some pcs showed blue screen of death and Some SAP servers has database connection problem after that (after restarting all switches). Is it a broadcast storm or can it be something else?
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