The formula for this event is InputPacketBroadcastRate * AvgInputPacketSize / MaxSpeed * 100. So, (1.22 * 10^17 * 0.33) / 1000000000 * 100 which does indicate a percentage > 100. This is because DFM has determined that your receiving more traffic than the bandwidth of the interface allows. This could be indicative of a counter wrap. Did DFM detect the device was reloaded?
It seems that it did detect the device getting Restarted.
DFM-Events --> DFM Events for the device
RME-Report --> Reload Report from RME
So the Broadcast Event was generated at 8:31:16 and a Reload Event was registered in RME before that at 8:29:44.
Though somehow I didn't see that event in DFM, Could that be the reason for the HighBroadCast Event ?
However I do see a RepeatedRestarts event on DFM at 8:37:16, so it seems that DFM was getting the traps for System-Restarted but somehow failed to co-relate this before generating the Broadcast Event ?
RME and DFM have no relationship, so the fact that RME recorded a reload event at 8:29 means nothing. What does appear to be happening is that DFM is not detecting that the device reloaded, and uses bogus data to calculate utilization and broadcast percentage on these interfaces. This seems like a bug in that DFM is not checking the sysUpTime of the devices on each poll to determine if a wrap event may have occurred.
Unfortunately, I don't have the time to dig into this right now. You might consider opening a TAC service request to pursue this problem further.
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