i have a router which is connected to an MPLS backbone by several subinterfaces. When i look at show interface the a particular subinterface it show always the same txload and rxload value as the main interface. Is the router not capable of calculating loads on subinterface level?
As far as i know, the values for the 64tx counters is calculated (ifHCOutOctet*8*100)/(ifHighSpeed*1000*1000)
i configured my subinterface with the bandwidth command and set it to 8192 for my 8 Mbit subinterface. When i do an SNMP walk on the LMS it retrieves the correct value. As you can see in the screenshot ifHighSpeed.24 = 8
here is the output of the variable table
So for my understanding, even the router is not able to calculate the correct tx load per subinterface, at least LMS should calculate it corret. But it doesn't. It graphs the same value as for the main interface.
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