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lms 2.6 device fault manager thresholds total bandwidth

Hi

Would you please explain what does this mean for the Error traffic threshold:

"The upper threshold for packet rate, expressed as a percentage of the total bandwidth"

Does "total bandwidth" refer to the interface speed - 100M, 1G etc? Or it refers to the total current interface load?

This question is valid for all thresholds where "total bandwidth" is referred:

Broadcast threshold

Error traffic threshold

Utilization threshold

Thanks in advance,

Mladen

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Cisco Employee

Re: lms 2.6 device fault manager thresholds total bandwidth

Max speed is just another way of stating ifSpeed. Though faster interfaces require DFM to look at ifHighSpeed.

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Cisco Employee

Re: lms 2.6 device fault manager thresholds total bandwidth

Total bandwidth refers to the ifSpeed or max speed of the interface.

Cisco Employee

Re: lms 2.6 device fault manager thresholds total bandwidth

I should also note that even if the HighErrorRate event says "total bandwidth" it is built based on the current traffic rate.

New Member

Re: lms 2.6 device fault manager thresholds total bandwidth

Thanks,

For ifSpeed, it is clear - comes from the IF-MIB. But what about the "max speed"?

Regards,

Mladen

Cisco Employee

Re: lms 2.6 device fault manager thresholds total bandwidth

Max speed is just another way of stating ifSpeed. Though faster interfaces require DFM to look at ifHighSpeed.

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