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Palo Alto - Bandwidth Calculations on IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregate

So I noticed by default NPM does not calculate percentages on AE interfaces the way it might on the ethernet interfaces.   One of the things I noticed was that it doesn't know what the total bandwidth of the interface is.  It seems like I have to go in and manually set the custom bandwidth in order for it to calculate properly.  Is this expected behavior or do we have something configured incorrectly?  Does NPM just not have a way to determine the interfaces that make up the Aggregates and therefor can't calculate that?

 

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Varies from vendor to vendor, some of them present the bandwidth of aggregate interfaces through the OID 1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.5, others don't.  That's where SW looks to determines the speed though.

- Marc Netterfield, Github
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