[mrtg-developers] Max Speed on a 10 gig interface

Matthew Petach mpetach at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 13 19:59:39 CEST 2007

You need to use snmpv2 for 10 gig interfaces, which on newer
versions of cfgmaker enables the use of ifHighSpeed for the
speed setting.  With snmpv1, ifSpeed maxes out at 2^32,
which gives you about 4.295Gb/sec, as you found out.


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Subject: [mrtg-developers] Max Speed on a 10 gig interface



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Hi Everyone,

            We have recently deployed a ten gig module into
a Cisco 6500 chassis. When I drill down into on of the ten gig interfaces I get
a Max Speed that looks off to me. I cut and pasted the information below. I
there something I can tweak?



Any help is greatly appreciated

Thanks in advance



  ethernetCsmacd (6)
  Max Speed:
  4295.0 Mbits/s


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