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What are "No Bandwidth Frames"

On the show controller Ether command, what does the "No Bandwidth Frame" in the Receive counters indicate?

It would seem to me that if there was truly no bandwidth between the switch and NIC that there would be collisions, alignment errors or something else, so how does the switch get this count?

Is there no bandwidth at the destination port? Is the backplane capacity exceeded? Or is the capability of the port to receive data from the NIC exceeded?

Thanks,

-Baron

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Re: What are "No Bandwidth Frames"

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