We turned on DFM on a group of devices and were pretty pleased with the information we got back. We got 3 legitimate errors that we were able to look into and resolve that we didn't know about. However along with these, I am getting a ton of Interface OperationallyDown alerts, when I look into these more, I don't think I want to see these anymore, I have other tools that notify me about devices going down. So I went in and found the Bulk Management help information, ran it and it seems to have turned all of my interfaces to an unmanaged state. I started to think about it and I believe if I do this, I won't get any alerts from the interface. Not sure this is completely what I want, I would love to see if there were a high number of errors on the interface or anything like that without getting the huge list of Interface OperationallyDown messages.
Am I pursuing this the correct way? If there is a better way, what is it?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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