We're running a set of 5010 switches and in preparation for some soak testing embarked on setting up our usual snmp based monitoring. After letting the graphs settle we started to see wild results in terms of the amount of traffic claiming to traverse all of the interfaces. A 10G switch it may be but with not much running behind it graphs claiming up to 15G were a little strange to say the least!
Anyways digging further and trawling for similar issues we came across an issue with versions < 4.1(3)N(2a) not supporting 64 bit counters for physical interfaces - these threads alluded that this version fixes the problem and we are infact currently running 4.1(3)N(1)
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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