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How to interpret the RMON Alerts

Hello

Following alerts are being received via e-mail

EventId, Id Time Description

4.47 2011/11/15-08:46:01 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.289.1.2.1.1.38.17362944=0 <= 0:65500, 4 WARNING(4)Falling

From the above i can understand that this is related to "fcIfTxWtAvgBBCreditTransitionToZero > 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.289.1.2.1.1.38"

However i would want to know to which port/interface is the above alert referring to.

fcIfTxWtAvgBBCreditTransitionToZero OBJECT-TYPE

  SYNTAX          Counter64

  MAX-ACCESS      read-only

  STATUS          current

    DESCRIPTION    "The number of times average buffer-to-buffer credits at an FC-port has transitioned to zero"

   ::= { fcIfErrorEntry 38 }

Attached are the RMON alerts

Please advise

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How to interpret the RMON Alerts

The way to interperate which perticular interface it is,

4.47 2011/11/15-08:46:01 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.289.1.2.1.1.38.17362944=0 <= 0:65500, 4 WARNING(4)

in this thread , take the last octect   "17362944"

convert it to hex number

which is 108f000

and run the command on the switch

switch# show port internal info interface-id 0x108f000  (i,e with prefix 0x)

that would tell you what is the physical interface it belongs to.

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New Member

How to interpret the RMON Alerts

The way to interperate which perticular interface it is,

4.47 2011/11/15-08:46:01 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.289.1.2.1.1.38.17362944=0 <= 0:65500, 4 WARNING(4)

in this thread , take the last octect   "17362944"

convert it to hex number

which is 108f000

and run the command on the switch

switch# show port internal info interface-id 0x108f000  (i,e with prefix 0x)

that would tell you what is the physical interface it belongs to.

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