This message indicates that all buffers for a UDP socket on the NMP have filled up due to excessive UDP traffic on the administrative VLAN. The system may be under attack or an network management application might be out of control. [dec] is the UDP socket number.
Recommended Action: You could remove or block the source of the UDP packets to prevent further UDP packet loss, or use a network analyzer to identify the source of the traffic. '
Dont think system is under attack, problem seems to be with different polling intervals set with RME, DFM , Campus Mgr components, currently the setting are as below monitoring situation to see if problem regenerates.
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to determine which MAC Address table to look in for a forwarding
decision. To do this we require the switch to do...
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