Does anyone know of an easy way to determine the Active Association volume on an ICM PG connected to an Avaya? I looked at the help file here and it tells you to dump the pim log to see if you see a particular message stating that you've exceeded the active association maximum. However, I'm unaware of a way, either on the Avaya or on the PG, to determine how close you might be before going over the limit. In other words, a way to check and prepare for when you might be approaching that limit. Any suggestions?
The problem with that FAQ is that while it gives good guidelines about active associations, it doesn't tell you a specific command, either on the PG or Map-D, of how many active associations are active at any one moment, or even historically, unless you go over the limit.
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