Broadcast amount monitoring for threshold change in "broadcast-storm-control" command
I have configured on some ports belonging to a port-channel of a CISCO Nexus 6004 a threshold for the "storm-control broadcast level" command equal to 20.00.
Now I must change this value to 0.5 so that I would like to understand if, decreasing the threshold to this value, I will experiencing a huge amount of dropped-packets. For this reason I would like to know the broadcast-packets number not only during the last five minutes ( value available in the "show int ethx/x/x command" ) but also in the remaining part of the day. In this way I might understand in which part of the day most part of the packets will be discarded.
Have you got any idea/command for monitoring the broadcast number of packet during all the day long!?
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