I am finding runts error on most of the Gigabitports. All the interfaces are in 100 mbps Full duplex. But when I execute "Show controller" it gives the following output.
Rx packets: 2966220
Rx packets reported by hardware: 2966220
Rx error count: 0
Rx engine restarted: 0
Tx packets: 2966219
Tx packets reported by hardware: 2966219
Currently queued Tx packets: 0
High watermark for Tx queue: 6
Tx error count: 0
Dropped Tx packets: 0
Internal error count: 0
Interrupt count: 5686554
Link events: 1
Count of Phy polls: 5725833
Count of postprocessing: 5686555
Phy status: 100Mb Half
My confussion is in this what is meant by "Phy Status: 100Mb Half"? Is any relation with individual interface speed and duplex...will it affect the switch performance..? is any relation for runt errors..?
i know this is a OOOLD post - but to answer your question this EOBC port is a half duplex channel:
The Ethernet Out of Band Channel (EOBC) is a half duplex channel that services many functions, which include the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and the packets that are destined for the switch. In order to ensure constant communication, some keep-alives run over the EOBC.
This document gives several answers on frequently asked questions for PFRv3 channel state behavior.
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