It sounds like your NMS may be a bit archaic when it comes to sparse table handling. Most NMSes these days can handle situations where certain objects in a table are not instantiated. What you can do to workaround this is to configure:
no snmp-server sparse
When you do that, the missing objects should be instantiated with 0 values.
Thanks for the reply Joseph, I'm not sure whether that is the cure for this issue. We are suspecting that the router might have gone bonkas and though we may kinow after a reboot to the device. Anyway, the stats for that link is of lesser priority now since it'd be replaced shortly, so we have decided to ignore the issue for now.
See attached diagram: I need to do the following: (NOTE: The Firewall and the EIGRP are connected to VRF-C / REMOTE SITE and TRANSIT routers are in the same location) For VRF-B to Communicate with VRF-C, the traffic has to go through the tr...
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