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What is a "No Bandwidth Frame"?

So, here I am trying to troubleshoot a port, and I am using an "undocumented" (though I found it documentation) command show contr eth fa0/24 on a Catalyst 2924.

I am working on reducing the number of alignment and collision errors, but what the heck are no bandwith frames, and how does one reduce them?

Thanks,

-Baron

Transmit Receive

1881607557 Bytes 356208657 Bytes

18148586 Unicast frames 26752139 Unicast frames

1336 Multicast frames 0 Multicast frames

2209 Broadcast frames 761 Broadcast frames

0 Discarded frames 17 No bandwidth frames

0 Too old frames 0 No buffers frames

0 Deferred frames 0 No dest, unicast

0 1 collision frames 0 No dest, multicast

0 2 collision frames 0 No dest, broadcast

0 3 collision frames 165 Alignment errors

0 4 collision frames 0 FCS errors

0 5 collision frames 164 Collision fragments

0 6 collision frames

0 7 collision frames 0 Undersize frames

0 8 collision frames 133902 Minimum size frames

0 9 collision frames 1494289 65 to 127 byte frames

0 10 collision frames 24886 128 to 255 byte frames

0 11 collision frames 1667298 256 to 511 byte frames

0 12 collision frames 2092830 512 to 1023 byte frames

0 13 collision frames 21339860 1024 to 1518 byte frames

0 14 collision frames 0 Oversize frames

0 15 collision frames

0 Excessive collisions

0 Late collisions

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Re: What is a "No Bandwidth Frame"?

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Re: What is a "No Bandwidth Frame"?

Thank you for your response.

Unfortunately, this documentation lists everything but "No Bandwidth Frames". The others, I have some information on, but not this metric.

Thanks,

-Baron

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