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GiGabit link question???

Hi All

I need your toughts guys.

I got a network issue with a link here at wortk see the attachement with 2 output.Is a 1Giga I/F on each side with Fiber MM, In one side a 4500 Cisco SW on the other side a 3750 48 port with POE. running ospf.

Im Thinking is time to move to a 10G  I/F

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thanks guys

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jj27
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Why are you assuming that? Because of the high interface counters?

If you look at the txload and rxload they are at 1 which means the link is not really being utilized.

The counters on an interface increment until they are cleared or the switch loses power, so odds are those numbers are for the lifetime of the switch since its last reboot.  You can see the switch uptime with show version.

Also, you can try clearing the counters for the interface: clear counters interface

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jj27
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Why are you assuming that? Because of the high interface counters?

If you look at the txload and rxload they are at 1 which means the link is not really being utilized.

The counters on an interface increment until they are cleared or the switch loses power, so odds are those numbers are for the lifetime of the switch since its last reboot.  You can see the switch uptime with show version.

Also, you can try clearing the counters for the interface: clear counters interface

Thanks JJ

it was very helpful..

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