• Author : Yongguang Xu

 
 

Support for multicast (S,G) counters

Description The multicast route counters count packets and bytes per group, source and vrf Every multicast route will be counted when the feature is turned on if there are sufficient hardware counter resources available. As there is a limited number of hardware counter resources, selected multicast routes can be “prioritized” in order to provide them the needed hardware counter resources over the “non-priority” multicast routes in case of resource contention. Priority multicast routes can be configured if: Hardware counter resources are available: The priority multicast routes do not affect the existing non-priority multicast route counters. In case there are insufficient...
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Dot1x Dropped Counters

Description The Dot1x Dropped Counters count the packets that get dropped for dot1x interfaces The following counters are supported and increment depending on the dot1x interface configuration mode: Eapol unauthorized port (indicates the dropped packet number due to the unauthorized Eapol port when Mac Base Authorization is disabled). Eapol unauthorized host ( indicates the dropped packet number due to  the unauthorized Eapol host). MBA unauthorized host (counts the dropped packet due to the unauthorized host when Mac Base Authorization is enabled.) The dropped counter will not represent all the dropped packets in case of high volume dropping, and the CPU...
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Support for multicast (S,G) counters

Description The multicast route counters count packets and bytes per group, source and vrf  Every multicast route will be counted when the feature is turned on if there are sufficient hardware counter resources available. As there is a limited number of hardware counter resources, selected multicast routes can be “prioritized” in order to provide them the needed hardware counter resources over the “non-priority” multicast routes in case of resource contention. Priority multicast routes can be configured if: Hardware counter resources are available: The priority multicast routes do not affect the existing non-priority multicast route counters. In case there are insufficient...
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Support for IPv6 multicast (S,G) counters

Description The IPv6 multicast route counters count packets and bytes per group, source and vrf  Every IPv6 multicast route will be counted when the feature is turned on if there are sufficient hardware counter resources available. As there is a limited number of hardware counter resources, selected IPv6 multicast routes can be “prioritized” in order to provide them the needed hardware counter resources over the “non-priority” IPv6 multicast routes in case of resource contention. Priority IPv6 multicast routes can be configured if: Hardware counter resources are available: The priority multicast routes do not affect the existing non-priority multicast route counters....
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