There seems to be something wrong with DFM. When I look at the alerting page, it shows "Utilization" as the type, but when I look at the alerts they might have nothing to do with utilization. For example, there is an alert for a managed router, but it was for a duplicate address.
The alerts generally take the type of the first event. If you had a HighUtilization event when the alert was first created, but that alert cleared, the name will remain. You can go back through Fault History to determine if this was the case.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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