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Checking to see if a port is overwhelmed

Hi, I know how to login to my cisco switch. I have a SG200-50 50-Port Gigabit Smart Switch. I'm looking to see if there is a way for me to checking if a port is overwhelmed to the point that it might cause connection issues on that port. I'm having hang ups on an accounting application when its connected to our Sql database using port 1433. I would greatly appreciate any help on this. Thank You

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Re: Checking to see if a port is overwhelmed

Hi,

Your question not clear. What is meaning overwhelmed in these questions? What exactly are you looking for?

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Deepak Kumar,
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Re: Checking to see if a port is overwhelmed

Hello,

 

you might want to check things like CPU Utilization ( Administration > Diagnostics > CPU Utilization, page 82 of the attached user guide) or Ethernet Interfaces statistics (Status and Statistics > Interface, page 18 of the attached guide).

 

You could also use Configuring Port and VLAN Mirroring (page 80 of the attached guide) to send traffic to a network analyzer and check what is happening on a specific port.

 

Obviously (always) make sure you are running the latest firmware (1.4.11.02 in your case)...

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/csbss/sf20x_sg20x/administration_guide/Cisco_200Sx_v1_4_AG.pdf

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