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CW2K Syslog Getting full:%IP-6-UDP_SOCKOVFL

CW2K Syslog Getting full:%IP-6-UDP_SOCKOVFL

CW2K Syslog Getting full:%IP-6-UDP_SOCKOVFL

(OP)
Hey Techies,

I am looking into the following syslog error msg:

%IP-6-UDP_SOCKOVFL:UDP socket overflow from Source IP: SNMP SERVER, Destination port: 161

I already have a filter defined in RME, to exclude this message.

This message is coming out of 1 particular switch & is filling up my log. How can I turn it off?

Any pointers, directions, would be greatly appreciated.

RE: CW2K Syslog Getting full:%IP-6-UDP_SOCKOVFL

Heres the output from the Cisco Output Interpreter

%IP-6-UDP_SOCKOVFL (x1): UDP socket overflow from Source IP:[chars], Destination
port:[dec]

Explanation: This message indicates that all buffers for a UDP socket on the
Network Management  Processor (NMP) have filled up due to excessive UDP traffic
on the administrative VLAN and  cannot store additional traffic. [chars] is the
source IP address and [dec] is the destination port  number.

Recommended Action: Remove or block the source of the UDP packets to prevent
further UDP packet  loss. Note    Kernel messages do not indicate a problem with system
performance but should be reported to your technical support representative.

Hope this helps
Matt

RE: CW2K Syslog Getting full:%IP-6-UDP_SOCKOVFL

   this message means your net management tool is sending snmp packets faster than the switch can handle them .  You either have to throttle the tool or on some cisco catos boxes their is an snmp buffer you can increase on later code versions , think they have to be at 7.x. trian.

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