1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 6, 2011 12:48 PM by netlogix

    why would what appears to be unicast flooding appears as high transmit rate across ports?


      Could someone explain to me why unicast flooding would increase the transmit rate across the switch ports rather than the receive ports? I believe there is a  strange unicast flooding situation occurring on a stack of switches which manifests as persistently high transmit rates  in Orion NPM across the switch ports. I would expect the ports to show high receive rates for unicast flooding. Any insight would be appreciated.