[mrtg] Re: Cisco 2900 series switches
jas at dect.com
Sun Sep 12 13:18:29 MEST 1999
I've got a couple 2924's. I'm not polling any of the ports that don't have
connections. I have not looked closely at the number comparing the link
between two switches. I do have two of them linked with fiber.
In general, I think 30 bytes is probably something I'd just ignore anyway.
Overall I've been pleased with the info that I've gotten from the switch.
All I'm gathering is traffic stats on a per-port basis and a total (adding
all the ports up). I should start collecting some error stats also. I
haven't looked into it far enough to know what stats the switch offers. I'd
like to collect broadcast stats too if that's available.
===== Original Message from handley at lightspeedtech.net (Mike Handley) at
9/10/99 10:00 am
>Is anyone else monitoring cisco 2912 or 2924 switches? Alot of the graphs
>come out showing that the
>port is only moving a constant 30bytes out with no input traffic? Could
>this just be the switch polling the port? Some of the ports do have computer
>connected, making me think that I should see sometype of input.
>Looking at the port that is uplinked to another 2924, shows that the input
>in switch1 is not equal to the output of switch2? I would think these would
>be very close to equal.
>Has anyone else seen this or have any comments.
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