I have my SAN Brocade router connected to cisco 3750-48TS, using glc-sx sfp. Recently i noticed the SAN routers pumping traffic about 800Mbps while the cisco glc-sx sfp is receiving only about 400Mbps.
Would appreciate if someone could confirm if there is any hardware limitations? FYI i checked the interface and there are no drops on the interfaces. If anyone has tested the sfp's in lab environment could you please share the throughput results.
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