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Red Link Errors

Hi All

I have this continuously coming up and in the Topology network Diagram it comes up as red link between the 2 switches connected up in FEC. What do I do?

EVENT ID = 0000E6A

ALERT ID = 00001XV

TIME = Mon 30-Jul-2007 10:51:32 BST

STATUS = Active

SEVERITY = Critical

MANAGED OBJECT = x.x.x.x

MANAGED OBJECT TYPE = Switches and Hubs

EVENT DESCRIPTION = High Utilization::Component=PORT-x.x.x.x/1.1 [Fa a/b] [FEC bundle fa a/b c/d e/f g/h to Sw1];OutputPacketRate=648.5292 PPS;Type=ETHERNETCSMACD;CurrentUtilization=45.193184 %;InputPacketRate=4511.425 PPS;TrafficRate=5649148.0 BYPS;UtilizationThreshold=40;DuplexMode=FULLDUPLEX;MaxSpeed=100000000;

CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION = Ciscoworks

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Re: Red Link Errors

I would just like to point out that "red links" to not elicit HTTP 404 errors. They are not like broken links on the web ?at - large or broken foreign keys in a relational database with relational integrity gone away. "Red links" yield HTTP 200 ? success ? a web page with an invitation to write the target article It can show locate the highlighted path, and check for possible signs of failure, for example a red link. Switch off your devices and restart.

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