I'm working for a new company and I'm running into a bit of an unknown for me.
They have two 6513 that have been up and running for over a year. The previous network admin is no longer around and I'm a bit confused on some of the configurations on the interface. There are a ton of RMON statements, about 3 per interface.
Here is a sample:
description Connection to c6513-2 GigabitEthernet2/2
It looks like the previous network admin was monitoring mini-RMON data on these ports. These commands show that he was collecting statistics and history (layer 2) from the device. These commands can be entered manually, but there is a good chance that an application like Traffic Director or RTM entered them on the device.
These commands are actually collecting data and using some memory on the device.
You might want to check and see what nyvalcw is and if it has an application for collecting SNMP RMON data.
I can't recommend removing the configs or not, it would be your call there. However, if you want to remove these commands I would suggest perhaps backing up the config first in case there was someone using them to collect RMON data.
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