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Subject: [nv-l] Interface Marginal
From: "Colin Mulkerrins" <Colin.Mulkerrins@anpost.ie>
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2005 15:12:18 +0100
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Thread-topic: Interface Marginal

Hi all,

I am running Netview 7.1.4 FP03 on AIX (4330-11)

I have come across a problem since upgrading from 7.1.2 whereby interfaces on some of my cicso routers are turning yellow - marginal for no apparent reason.  When I ping them they can ping OK but remain yellow until I manually unmanage then manage the interface,  then the interface goes green for a period (up to 30 minutes) then goes yellow again.  Sometimes the router icon goes yellow although all the interfaces are OK (green), again unmanaging and managing the router corrects the problem briefly.

I will shortly be opening a PMR on this anyway as my Network support team here are losing confidence in the product, but thought I'd ask the list first if anybody has seen this before?

This is happening on a number of different cisco routers on a number of different interfaces (loopback, serial and ethernet).

If I may, one supplimental question… How is it possible for a leaf interface to be marginal? (I'm sure I am missing something here :-))


Colin M.


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