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Re: 95th Percentile again (was RE: C&W Peering Problem?)
> i'm not super-duper, but i'm tier2 and the bulk of my business is wholesale > (the basic service is a connection and transit, nothing else). > > most of my customers are ethernet connected, and some customers share > an interface. i got into this before it was cheap to do 802.11q > switching, so my billing system needed to deal with multiple customers > on a single ethernet. Thats irrelevant; look at the counters on the customers switch-port. Doesn't matter what VLAN (or none) they are on. > however, the rollover issues were starting to become apparent. > fortuneately with the BSD and cache flow stuff, i get 64bit counters. As does any modern-day IOS (except for some reason, 64 bit counters seem broken on Cat 3500 XLs; anyone else seen this?) > its working for me. Is it? Have you verified that, in actuality, it is accurate? Having done a small-bit of verification on flowstats versus counting bytes via SNMP, i have caught some interesting anamolies.