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  • Posted in: Switching

    Hi Community, I could see the following logs often from several switches. It shows only VLAN ### (native): Mar 15 07:29:06 SWITCH-A l2ald[9147]: L2ALD_MAC_MOVE_EXCEEDED_BD: Limit on MAC moves exceeded at VLAN Dxxx + ### for MAC aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff moved from interface ae0.0 to interface ge-3/0/32.0;Mac ...

  • Posted in: Management

    Hello @spuluka Thanks a lot for the answer if I post the config would it help to show the isssue ? Best Regards ------------------------------ Zurratos Zurratos ------------------------------

  • Posted in: Security

    Hi Spuluka, Noted. Thanks for your feedback. I will try look into that Nagios.

  • Posted in: Security

    That is the OID area for IPSEC monitoring. You would select the specific parameters you want to monitor and enter the OID values per the monitoring platform. I had not used Juniper NMS but setup monitoring pages for tunnel up and down listings in Nagios using these SNMP polling methods years ago in ...

  • Posted in: Wireless

    Do the AP34 and AP34E support RTT (round trip time) measurements? ------------------------------ Andrew Meszaros ------------------------------

  • Posted in: Management

    What traffic is too slow and where is the other endpoint? Or is the admin access interface problem? If there is a general connectivity with all connected devices there might be a layer 2 loop where two ports in the same vlan are accidentally connected. ------------------------------ Steve Puluka ...

  • Posted in: Switching

    What traffic is too slow and where is the other endpoint? Or is the admin access interface problem? If there is a general connectivity with all connected devices there might be a layer 2 loop where two ports in the same vlan are accidently connected. ------------------------------ Steve Puluka ...

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