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Clearing intf counters

Anyone know how to clear the interface counters on the PIX?

Thanks,

Rich

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Re: Clearing intf counters

Hi Rich,

"clear interface" should do that.

thanks,

yatin

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Cisco Employee

Re: Clearing intf counters

Hi Rich,

"clear interface" should do that.

thanks,

yatin

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Re: Clearing intf counters

Yatin:

That was easy! Thanks man. Now I have another one for you - if you don't mind me adding to this thread:

Now that I've managed to clear the counters I'm seeing incrementing errors that have me a bit concerned. I have 6 physical interfaces, each with some logical interfaces configured. The interfaces are connected to a Cat which is trunking the correct vlans to the PIX. On every PIX interface I'm getting "nnn invalid VLAN ID errors, nnn native VLAN errors" messages where nnn is a number that is rapidly incrementing. Here's an example of how the PIX and Cat are configured:

Cat port 5/1:

clear trunk 5/1 1-1005 (clear trunked vlans)

set trunk 5/1 on dot1q 20,30,40 (trunk these vlans)

set vlan 5/1 20 (set vlan for this port)

PIX intf ethernet1:

interface ethernet1 100full

interface ethernet1 vlan20 physical

interface ethernet1 vlan30 logical

interface ethernet1 vlan40 logical

Any idea as to why I'm seeing these native vlan errors?

Thanks,

Rich

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