If I have a 100Mb full duplex link and it is transmitting at full capacity but receiving a negligible amount of traffic will DFM show this as being 50% utilised or 100%?
You can see my quandary, what do I set my threshold to? If I leave it at 40% I could get alarms when the link is transmitting at half capacity and receiving at half capacity i.e. 50% utilization. If I set it at 60% the link could be transmitting at full capacity and receiving negligible traffic, the utilization would be 50+% and not alarmed!
The first of these two situations is ok but I get an alarm, the second is not ok but significantly I do not get an alarm.
Can someone please advise on how DFM calculates utilization and what I should set my threshold to.
I take it that the line 'max(ifInOctetsRate, ifOutOctetsRate)' in english is use the maximum of ifInOctetsRate OR ifOutOctetsRate?
If so this is exactly how I would like it to work i.e. calculate the utilisation for either the transmit or recieve, whichever is the greater. This means if sending at 75% and receiving at 30% and the threshold is 60% I will get an alarm for the 75%.
Excellent stuff, where did you get the information from?
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