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CMS-XML[KB26146] - [Junos] Abnormal PPS value in the 100ge interface input rate with a small packet size
[Junos] Abnormal PPS value in the 100ge interface input rate with a small packet size
By Technology: Router Products MX Series MX480
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CMS-XML[KB15921] - Why is Flow CPU High, when Packet Per Second Rate is < 1000 pps on ISG and NS-5000 platforms?
Why is Flow CPU High, when Packet Per Second Rate is < 1000 pps on ISG and NS-5000 platforms?
By Technology: Security Products ISG/NS/SSG Series ISG Series
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CMS-XML[KB2221] - "bgp_pp_recv: NOTIFICATION sent to [ip]+[port] (proto): code 2 (Open Message Error) subcode 5 (authentication failure), Reason: no group for [ip]+[port] (proto)from AS [AS#] found (Unconfigured Peer), dropping him"
"bgp_ pp _recv: NOTIFICATION sent to [ip]+[port] (proto): code 2 (Open Message Error) subcode 5 (authentication failure), Reason: no group for [ip]+[port] (proto)from AS [AS#] found (Unconfigured Peer), dropping him"
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CMS-XML[KB4759] - [ScreenOS] Configuring Syslog
The WebUI instructions for configuring syslog are provided in the Administration section (Part 3 - Chapter 11) of Concepts Examples ScreenOS Reference Guide Administration, Release 6.3.0, Rev. 02 pps 367 - 368
By Technology: Security Products ISG/NS/SSG Series ScreenOS
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CMS-XML[kb27705] - [Junos Platform] How to use the delay-buffer-rate option to absorb a traffic burst through IQE PIC
After investigation, we knew customer never enabled the knob q-pic-large-buffer small-scale on the previous IQ PIC so that it is able to accept relateively high PPS of traffic. However, IQE does not support such knob.
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CMS-XML[kb11017] - Input counter shows rate is double when interface-style NAT is applied to the interface.
J-series reporting double the input packet rate when Interface-style NAT is configured. For example, in the below output example the input rate for ingress interface ge-0/0/3 shows 90 pps whereas the output rate on egress interface ge-0/0/0 is only half that value.
By Technology: Router Products J Series (packet mode)
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CMS-XML[kb9170] - Pre-Sync Fails from WebUI on WXC in stack configuration
To resolve the issue, obtain and use the PPS .EXE file from: http://download.juniper.net/software/appaccel/wx/SRS/51/pps.zip Follow the directions included in the zip file.
By Technology: Application Acceleration WX & WXC Series WX WAN series
By Technology: Application Acceleration WX & WXC Series WXC WAN series
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CMS-XML[KB19684] - EX series switches do not support multicast counter in show multicast route
This is a hardware limitation of EX (Packet Forwarding Engine) PFE. The command show multicast route cannot be used to check the BPs or PPS info.
By Technology: Switch Products EX Series EX4200
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CMS-XML[KB14737] - How many Packets per Second per port are needed to achieve Wire-Speed?
However it is also important to make sure that the device has the capacity or the ability to switch/route as many packets as required to achieve wire rate performance. This metric is called the ‘Packets per Second’ or PPS for short.
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CMS-XML[kb13061] - What does "samples dropped due to high packet rate" log message mean?
This can occur if the packets are coming at a very high rate. The packet rate is configured under forwarding-options sampling input family inet with max-packets-per-second knob. The default value for this is 1000, so if the sampled packets have a pps rate higher than 1000, the sampled packets will be dropped and samples dropped due to high packet rate message will be logged.
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CMS-XML[KB1521] - How is the data rate calculated in the major interface stats?
This would represent the most recent load-interval data for the interface. At the CLI, each aggregate count is taken and divide by the load interval duration to get the input/output bps/ pps . It should be noted that the accuracy of the bit rate is 64 bits per second.
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CMS-XML[KB21136] - [M/MX] The router does not display the correct interface bytes per second (bps) statistics on Layer 2 and Layer 3 interfaces
and not pps (packets per second) For example, a traffic generator is configured to send the fixed size and rate packets to a Junos interface as follows: [edit] root@mx480# show interfaces xe-3/0/0 enable; vlan-tagging; encapsulation flexible-ethernet-services; unit 50 { vlan-id 50; family inet { address 11.22.33.44/24; } } unit 100 { encapsulation vlan-bridge; vlan-id 100; }
By Technology: Router Products MX Series MX480
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CMS-XML[KB23261] - [SRX] TCP/UDP Sweep configuration
Consequently, the lowest pps before the screen, which would be triggered is: 10packets/10*0.01s = 100pps
By Technology: Security Products SRX series
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CMS-XML[KB26519] - [MX] The 'fabric drops' counters increases during traffic spike
Physical interface: ge-0/1/0, Enabled, Physical link is Up Interface index: 156, SNMP ifIndex: 523 Forwarding classes: 16 supported, 6 in use Egress queues: 8 supported, 6 in use Queue: 0, Forwarding classes: be1 Queued: Packets : 30452605752 16239 pps Bytes : 23786610358133 96295936 bps Transmitted: Packets : 30452520268 16239 pps Bytes : 23786536137026 96295936
By Technology: Router Products MX Series
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CMS-XML[KB16567] - [MX] The output of 'show interfaces queue IFD' is not accurate
: 0, Forwarding classes: be Queued: Packets : 99090321 74965 pps Bytes : 116825042148 599723992 bps Transmitted: Packets : 46863385 43729 pps Bytes : 52741156948 349832520 bps === ok Tail-dropped packets : 29921244 1159 pps RED-dropped packets : 22305692 30076 pps Low : 22305692 30076 pps Medium-low : 0 0 pps Medium-high : 0 0 pps High : 0 0 pps
By Technology: Router Products MX Series
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CMS-XML[kb10030] - What does the 'in no buffer' counter mean?
If in the same period the in overrun counter does not increase, the frame is not dropped. If the in overruns are incrementing as well, then it is most likely a function of traffic volume hitting the firewall, and the frames can be dropped. Check the packets/sec ( pps ) rate on the interface to see if
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CMS-XML[kb23079] - Default packet size for CTP SAToP bundles
CTP platforms have a maximum limit of 12500 packets per second ( PPS ). This should be kept in mind when configuring CTP bundles. When configuring a ctp2056 to support 56 E1 SAToP bundles, the packet size should be increased to 1456 bytes.
By Technology: Router Products CTP Series CTP 2056
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CMS-XML[KB26746] - [M/MX/T-Series] Troubleshooting Checklist - BFD
6.000 1.000 3 3 sessions, 5 clients Cumulative transmit rate 3.0 pps , cumulative receive rate 3.0 pps
By Technology: Router Products T Series
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CMS-XML[kb22106] - Disable flow-control to avoid inaccurate COS result
Queued: Packets : 40981245190 689564 pps Bytes : 38759816185582 5080589576 bps
By Technology: Router Products T Series T640
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CMS-XML[KB24754] - [MX] How to verify the sampling rate which is based on the output rate on the 'sp-x/y/z' interface
Test 1 Sent with 10000 PPS for ipv4 and 3000 PPS for ipv6 on xe-1/0/0 and xe-1/1/0
By Technology: Router Products MX Series
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