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General Discussion / Hi! Only from 18+!
« Last post by SandraMog on Today at 12:40:11 PM »
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Hi,
I think I know the answer to my own question. Those statistics seem to show broadcast/multicast percentage according to all traffic (but not interface bandwidth). So if there is a little unicast traffic the numbers rise to 99% or so on.

Rgrds,
art
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Extreme / Avaya / Nortel Ethernet Switching / what rate-limit statistics really mean
« Last post by artgmaj on November 18, 2020, 05:59:31 PM »
Hi Folks,
Ten years ago I had a great pleasure to be the moderator on this forums. Having lot's of other activities  I started to neglect my duties here. But karma always comes:). Still in Networking business I have to figure out some problem with old Nortel switches. Trying to find an issue I looked at the rate-limit statistics. Even if there is no limit on port I can see some figures. I think they show multicast/broadcast utilization but...

a) are they saying how much broadcast/multicast is received on the port

b) are they saying how much bandwidth left not used by broadcast/multicast

It strange but I tend to option b).

Looking and Nortel/Avaya doc does not help. That's only a brief statements about that. Any ideas ?

Cherrs,
Artur Gmaj
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Extreme / Avaya / Nortel Ethernet Switching / Avaya 3650 stack issue
« Last post by balcee on October 29, 2020, 12:59:31 PM »
Hey everyone, I hope you're all well.

Hope someone can help me with a problem I'm having with an Avaya 3650 stack. I have 2 switches, connected together with stack cables in ports 49 and 50 of each switch

Switch 1 - 10.129.0.99
Switch 2 - 10.129.0.98
Stack IP - 10.129.0.11

Here's some outputs:

=======================================================
Switch 1

3650GTS-PWR+#show stack-info
Unit# Switch Model     Pluggable Pluggable Pluggable  Pluggable SW Version
                         Port      Port      Port       Port
----- ---------------- --------- --------- --------- ---------- ----------
1     3650GTS-PWR+     (47) None (48) None (49) Dir.  (50) Dir. v6.0.0.007
3650GTS-PWR+#show stack-monitor
Status: disabled
Stack size: 2
Trap interval: 60



Switch 2

3650GTS-PWR+#show stack-info
Unit# Switch Model     Pluggable Pluggable Pluggable  Pluggable SW Version
                         Port      Port      Port       Port
----- ---------------- --------- --------- --------- ---------- ----------
1     3650GTS-PWR+     (47) None (48) None (49) Dir.  (50) Dir. v6.0.0.007
3650GTS-PWR+#show stack-monitor
Status: disabled
Stack size: 2
Trap interval: 60

=======================================================


The problem I'm having is I cannot get the stack to form.


On both switches, port 49 is in vlan 1281. This is also the default vlan and tagging is set to untagAll (access)
On both switches, port 50 is in vlan 1. This is also the default vlan and tagging is set to untagAll (access)

Could someone point me in the right direction as to what I am doing wrong? More screenshots or configuration can be provided if required.

Thanks very much.
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General Discussion / Cisco pre sales engineering software
« Last post by Cisco Freaks on October 27, 2020, 01:22:17 PM »
Cisco pre sales engineering software


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General Discussion / Re: Why not say "Hello!"
« Last post by ryanpbrandon on October 23, 2020, 10:27:43 AM »
Hello there,

All are looking great here  8)
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General Discussion / Hello peeps
« Last post by ryanpbrandon on October 23, 2020, 10:25:28 AM »
Hello peeps,

Hope you all are doing great. Happy to join this forum and hoping to have a good time here at networkinfrastructure.info
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General Discussion / Re: Why not say "Hello!"
« Last post by Cisco Freaks on October 18, 2020, 08:36:46 AM »
Is anyone familiar with  Network device inventory and reporting tool? It looks nice and is quite a bit cheaper than most of the other tools out there. The Automated Network diagram / drawing functionality is worth taking the risk.
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Cisco Routers and Switches / Automated Cisco network diagrams
« Last post by Cisco Freaks on October 16, 2020, 01:42:21 AM »
We are looking to try EasyPreSales wwweasypresalescom . Automated Cisco network diagrams, network reporting, and Cisco pre sales tools, has anyone used it? It looks pretty cool and is quite a bit cheaper than other tools.
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Cisco Routers and Switches / Automated Cisco network
« Last post by Cisco Freaks on October 14, 2020, 01:16:41 PM »
Has anyone tried EasyPreSales. Automated Cisco network drawing, network reporting, and Cisco pre sales tools? We are looking to try it out, just curious if anyone tried it.
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