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Re: mac-address accounting
- From: Jesper Skriver
- Date: Fri Jun 01 20:26:16 2001
On Fri, Jun 01, 2001 at 07:39:48AM -0400, Alex Rubenstein wrote:
> Perhaps I am using this feature wrong, but I don't think so.
> This morning, I am trying to get mac-address accounting working on a
> 7507MX/RSP8/12.0.17S/GEIP+ running ISL, to indentify large peers off an
> ethernet peering fabric.
> I've done 'ip accounting mac-address out'. I then wait.
> Then, I:
> core1.nyc#sho int g0/0/0 mac-accounting
> GigabitEthernet0/0/0 to external peers and customers
> Output (475 free)
> 0001.64da.bc00(3 ): 2 packets, 179 bytes, last: 3036ms ago
> 0004.de2b.e41c(9 ): 1 packets, 99 bytes, last: 3036ms ago
> 00e0.52a6.1f00(11 ): 1 packets, 99 bytes, last: 3036ms ago
> 0100.0c00.0000(13 ): 57198 packets, 37155973 bytes, last: 388ms ago
> 0030.7bee.fc54(13 ): 2 packets, 218 bytes, last: 2836ms ago
> All of the mac-addresses listed in this 'sho' are valid, except for
> '0100.0c00.0000', which doesn't exist:
> core1.nyc#sho arp | inc 0100
> All the others are valid, yet they are way, and I mean *way* under the
> amounts that I know I am sending to that peer.
> Any clues? I've searched CCO/Bug Toolkit, I don't see anything relevant.
I have a similar problem with 7206VXR/PA-FE-TX/12.1(5)/802.1q,
DDTS CSCdt84869 opened.
Jesper Skriver, jesper(at)skriver(dot)dk - CCIE #5456
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