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Monitoring Switched virtual interface(SVI) utilization in FWSM module

Hi All,

I have NNMi 10.20 on windows.

We have Discovered Cisco IOS Software, s72033 device and it has almost 20 vlan interfaces.

My network team said, those SVI are running in FWSM module which is installed in BOM-DC-CORE-6345(device name) and it provides up to 5.5 Gbps of throughput as per service module to backplane of the switch

My Each vlan interface is showing ifspeed as 1Gbps only and thus the interface utilization is going beyond 100% sometime.

I need little help to understand how do I monitor/calculate the SVI interface utilization.

what ifSpeed I should use, to calculate the In/Out utilization.

looking for the informative responses.

Regards,

Hanumant

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Re: Monitoring Switched virtual interface(SVI) utilization in FWSM module

If you are not getting an answer to your question, then you can try the Network Node Manager Support Customer Forum . I see that you have access to this forum, which is only accessible to members with a valid Support Agreement ID (SAID).

Just wanted to let you know.

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