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Unmanageable interface speed

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Created by Lori Krell_ret, last modified by Alexandra.Nerpasova on Oct 26, 2016

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You must enter the speed for unmanageable interfaces. Unlike managed interfaces that SolarWinds NPM recognizes, SolarWinds NPM cannot get this information from unmanageable interfaces which it does not recognize. The documentation of your device or your Internet service provider can give more information on determining the speed of an unmanageable interface.

SolarWinds NTA uses the unmanaged interface speed to determine the percentage of resource utilization. Entering an accurate interface speed ensures the correct display of SolarWinds NTA resources. With this information, you can determine the most efficient use of resources.

 
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