0 output buffer failures, 0 output buffers swapped out
There is a "52309736 no buffer" in above output. What's its impact to the switch? Sometimes I ping this swith, the icmp delay went to 500-600 ms. Is it buffer insufficient problem that causes this problem? How to solve it? Anyone help.
Giuseppe's post should have you investigate the high broadcast rate. In the meantime, does the switch have an IP address on this port's subnet? Does it need to? If it has an IP address on the subnet, the switch, as an IP host, also needs to process broadcasts. If the switch doesn't have an IP address on the subnet, it should avoid such processing. Avoiding unnecessary broacast processing might decrease the no buffer errors.
Thanks. Suppose that the broadcast is the key to this problem, does it mean that this 2955 have buffer defect which leads to not being able to deal with too many broadcast? Anyhow, other switches in the LAN don't have such problem. And, if IP is moved, althougt maybe less broadcasts, but also arises another issue of lossing management of the device itself.
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