Look under the Detailed Device View in DFM for this device. If you see the port channel listed there, note the port's interface name. You can use this value in the customized trunk/access port group when matching on name. For example:
If you do not see the channel interface in DDV, then DFM will not be able to monitor it. I did some checking, and DFM will not treat the portchannels as a single interface. Instead, you will need to monitor each member interface separately.
Normally how are port channels being monitored then ?
There are unequal load balancing occurring between 2 x 1gbps links configured in the port channel.
If i monitor them individually at 1gbps maxspeed each , there may be false positives high utilisation alerts (eg. 90% on Link A but only 5% on Link B , high utilisation alert will be generated for Link A) .
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