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fault-monitor profile

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  • 1.  fault-monitor profile

    Posted Aug 18, 2022 02:35 AM

    Hello Aruba Community,

    I have got a bunch of "6300M 48SR5 CL6 PoE 4SFP56" and 6300F 24G CL4 PoE 4SFP56 Switches and I would like to enable a fault-monitor profile on every access port.

     

    Is it wise to enable a fault-monitor profile on every access Port by default, or is it a tool I should just enable for trouble shooting?

    Is there may be a performance issue when enabling a fault-monitor profile on every access port?


    Firmware version on the switch: 10.07.0061

    Default configuration on the Access Port:

        no shutdown

        qos trust dscp

        rate-limit broadcast 100 pps

        rate-limit multicast 100 pps

        description NAC

        no routing

        vlan access 1250

        spanning-tree bpdu-guard

        spanning-tree port-type admin-edge

        loop-protect

        port-access onboarding-method concurrent enable

        aaa authentication port-access allow-cdp-bpdu

        aaa authentication port-access allow-lldp-bpdu

        aaa authentication port-access client-limit 8

        aaa authentication port-access preauth-role noaccess

        aaa authentication port-access reject-role noaccess

        port-access allow-flood-traffic enable

        aaa authentication port-access dot1x authenticator

            reauth

            enable

        aaa authentication port-access mac-auth

            reauth

            enable

        client track ip update-interval 60

     

    fault-monitor profile:

    fault-monitor profile PORT_ERRORS

        excessive-broadcasts

        excessive-link-flaps

        excessive-jabbers

        excessive-fragments

        excessive-crc-errors

        excessive-tx-drops

     

    May thanks

     

    Thomas Odermatt