I have a 5500 (3.6 Gig backplane)that is sustaining peak backplane utilizations (for hours at a time during a back ups) at 30% levels. It appears the daily peak % is usually 40% but the average tends to sit more near 8-10%. Are all values mentioned within an acceptable range per Cisco? Any thoughts? Thanks, Mike
That doesn't sound out of the ordinary , it's pushing some traffic at 30-40% but it's not going to bury anything at that utilization . It's not like old hubs where at 30% and above the response got pretty bad .
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