I have a number of 4006 platforms with varying degrees of port density. Most are running CPU utilization at around 55-65%. The largest user is Admin processes at around 15%. Is this a normal occurance? From time to time some of the ports (not all) will stop passing traffic, and or telnet capability is lost. Reboot is the only remedy.
What version are you running on the 4000's, there is a known problem with earlier releases of devices stopping traffic even on the same vlan they cannot talk to each other , this was fixed with version 6.2.3 I believe . The CPU does seem high , are you trunking to these if so then you should manually prune off any unneeded vlans , this drives up the cpu on these even if the vlan is not being used on the switch . This is
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