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6500 - 3750 rx oversizedpkts problems

We have 2 3750 stacks connected to 2 6500 switches.

One stach is connected to a 6513 switch and has no problems.

The other stach is connected to a 6506 switch and on the truk ports we get a lot of rxoversizedpkts on the 6506.

We don't use jumbosize and MTU size is equal.

What is it we doing wrong?

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Re: 6500 - 3750 rx oversizedpkts problems

what type of module on the 6506 is reporting this, and what version of code?

If this is a 67XX module, you may be running into CSCef87392

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Cisco Employee

Re: 6500 - 3750 rx oversizedpkts problems

what type of module on the 6506 is reporting this, and what version of code?

If this is a 67XX module, you may be running into CSCef87392

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Re: 6500 - 3750 rx oversizedpkts problems

Oh oh, it's a WS-X6748-GE-TX

but on the 6513 we connected to the same module.

New Member

Re: 6500 - 3750 rx oversizedpkts problems

What is the "CSCef87392" ?

I can't find it.

Re: 6500 - 3750 rx oversizedpkts problems

What version of code u r running :

Here is the exp:

Release Notes

A Catalyst 6500 may increment giants on 67xx cards for ports that are trunking.

This does not affect the performance of the switch, and is purely cosmetic.

Fixed in Version: 8.6(0.21)TAL, 8.4(0.61)RCC03, 8.5(0.5)JAC, 12.2(17d)SXB11

Found in 12.2(18)SXD

HTH,

-amit singh

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Re: 6500 - 3750 rx oversizedpkts problems

Ok i found it,

Thanks for youre help!!

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