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Interface latency and response time not measured

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Created by Richard Casey, last modified by Richard Casey on Jun 07, 2018

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Overview

This article briefly explains why latency or response time on interfaces is not measured and collected.

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All NPM versions

Detail

Interface status is polled from the associated node using SNMP, as a result latency or response time is not measured and recorded so this information is not available for reports.

 

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