On a 10Gig interface, is 1 CRC per minute at @20,000 packets per second a problem or not?
I've read on other parts of the Cisco site that CRCs should not exceed 1 in 1 million packets, but in my 10Gig scenario described in the title (10Gig interface, 1 CRC per minute at @20,000 packets per second), does that generally mean there's no problem if I'm seeing these CRCs? I think the math adds up to no more than 1 CRC every 50 seconds or so, but aren't any incrementing CRCs bad?
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