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Description for 'bcm slot 1 chip 0 show/c' in diagnostic information

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Network Topology

Irrelevant

Problem Description

This case is brief description for packets accounting in the "bcm slot 1 chip 0 show/c" of diagnostic information.

All information is just for reference. Please contact TS for final explanation.


Process Analysis

Irrelevant

Solution

 

1 SC type Single board

1.1 GE type interface reception

types

connotation

GR64

The port receives a count of messages of length 64 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR127

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 65 to 127 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR255

The port receives a count of messages 128 to 255 bytes in length (good and bad messages are counted)

GR511

The port receives a count of messages of length 256 to 511 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR1023

The port receives a count of messages of length 512 to 1023 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR1518

The port receives a count of messages of length 1024 to 1518 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GRMGV

The port receives a check-right message count of length 1519 to 1522 bytes

GR2047

The port receives a count of messages of length 1519 to 2047 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR4095

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 2048 to 4095 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR9216

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 4096 to 9216 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GRPKT

Count of packets received by the port (includes error packets, unicast packets, broadcast packets, multicast packets and flow control frame packets)

GRBYT

Number of bytes received by the port (including error packets)

GRMCA

Count of normal multicast packets received by the port

GRBCA

Count of normal broadcast messages received by the port (excluding flow control frame messages)

GRFCS

Wrong packet count

GRXCF

MAC control messages (mainly flow control frames, which are a type of MAC control message)

GRXPF

flow control frame message

GRXUO

MAC control messages other than flow control frames (a MAC control message with an OPCODE of 0001 indicates a flow control frame, OPCODE 0000, 0002 through FFFF are reserved)

GRALN

Wrong packet count in 10/100 mode

GRFLR

Wrong packet count (messages longer than the length of the Ethernet message range)

GRCDE

False packet count (usually comes out with bad link quality)

GRFCR

False packet count (usually comes out with bad link quality)

GROVR

Extra-long frame count (messages between the maximum message length cntMaxSize counted by the counter and the maximum frame MAXFA allowed to pass, the default is 1518 for both, so that there is no such count and such messages are not discarded)

GRJBR

Wrong packet count (wrong extra-long frame count)

GRMTUE

Messages exceeding the MAXFR length

GRUC

Normal unicast message count

GRPOK

Normal message count

RRPKT

10 to 63 bytes of message count

GRUND

10 to 63 bytes of checksum correct message count

GRFRG

Count of messages with incorrect checksum from 10 to 63 bytes

RRBYT

10 to 63 bytes of message byte count

 

1.2 GE type interface sending

GT64

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 64 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT127

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 65 to 127 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT255

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 128 to 255 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT511

The port sends a count of messages 256 to 511 bytes in length (good and bad messages are counted)

GT1023

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 512 to 1023 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT1518

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 1024 to 1518 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GTMGV

The port sends a checksum correct message count of length 1519 to 1522 bytes

GT2047

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 1519 to 2047 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT4095

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 2048 to 4095 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT9216

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 4096 to 9216 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GTPKT

Count of messages sent by the port (includes error packets, unicast packets, broadcast packets, multicast packets and flow control frame messages)

GTPKT

Number of bytes sent by the port (including error packets)

GTMCA

Count of normal multicast messages sent by the port

GTBCA

Count of normal broadcast messages sent by the port (excluding flow control frame messages)

GTXPF

flow control frame message

GTJBR

Wrong packet count (wrong extra-long frame count)

GTFCS

Wrong packet count

GTXCF

MAC control messages (mainly flow control frames, which are a type of MAC control message)

GTOVR

Extra-long frame count (messages between the maximum message length cntMaxSize counted by the counter and the maximum frame MAXFA allowed to pass, the default is 1518 for both, so that there is no such count and such messages are not discarded)

GTDFR

Defer error pack in 10/100 mode

GTEDF

Abort error pack in 10/100 mode

GTSCL

Collision error packet in 10/100 mode (sending frame that experienced one conflict)

GTMCL

Collision error packet in 10/100 mode (sending frames that experience 2 to 15 conflicts)

GTLCL

Collision error packet in 10/100 mode (the sending frame that experienced the last, 16th conflict)

GTXCL

Collision error packet in 10/100 mode (sending frame that experienced 16 conflicts)

GTFRG

Count of checksum error messages less than 64 bytes

GTNCL

Collisions conflicting message count

GTBYT

Number of bytes sent by the port (including error packets)

GTUC

Normal unicast message count

GTPOK

Normal message count

 

1.3 10Ge/HG type interface reception

IR64

The port receives a count of messages of length 64 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR127

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 65 to 127 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR255

The port receives a count of messages 128 to 255 bytes in length (good and bad messages are counted)

IR511

The port receives a count of messages of length 256 to 511 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR1023

The port receives a count of messages of length 512 to 1023 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR1518

The port receives a count of messages of length 1024 to 1518 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR2047

The port receives a count of messages of length 1519 to 2047 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR4095

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 2048 to 4095 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR9216

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 4096 to 9216 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR16383

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 9217 to 16383 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IRMAX

Count of messages of length rxMaxSize bytes received by the port

IRPKT

Count of packets received by the port (includes error packets, unicast packets, broadcast packets, multicast packets and flow control frame packets)

IRFCS

CRC error packet count

IRUC

Count of unicast messages received by the port

IRMCA

Count of multicast messages received by the port

IRBCA

Count of broadcast messages received by the port (excluding flow control frame messages)

IRXCF

MAC control messages (mainly flow control frames, which are a type of MAC control message)

IRXPF

flow control frame message

IRXUO

MAC control messages other than flow control frames (a MAC control message with an OPCODE of 0001 indicates a flow control frame, OPCODE 0000, 0002 through FFFF are reserved)

IRJBR

Wrong packet count (wrong extra-long frame count)

IROVR

Count of messages with correct checksum greater than rxMaxSize

IRFLR

Greater than 64-byte packet data length and packet 802.3 LENGTH/TYPE field mismatch

IRPOK

Normal message count

IRMEG

Count of messages with correct checksum greater than rxMaxSize

IRMEB

Count of messages with checksum errors greater than rxMaxSize

IRBYT

Number of bytes received by the port (including error packets)

IRUND

Less than 64 bytes check correct message count

IRFRG

Greater than 8 bytes Less than 64 bytes Checked for correct message count

IRERBYT

Error packet control message received by XGMII interface

IRERPKT

Messages other than error packet control messages received by the XGMII interface

IRJUNK

Messages other than IDLE and /START/ messages received by the XGMII interface

MAC_RXLLF

CMSGCNT

Received LLFC Message Count

 

1.4 10Ge/HG type interface send

IT64

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 64 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT127

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 65 to 127 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT255

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 128 to 255 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT511

The port sends a count of messages 256 to 511 bytes in length (good and bad messages are counted)

IT1023

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 512 to 1023 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT1518

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 1024 to 1518 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT2047

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 1519 to 2047 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT4095

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 2048 to 4095 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT9216

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 4096 to 9216 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT16383

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 9217 to 16383 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

ITPOK

Normal message count

ITXPF

flow control frame message

ITFCS

Wrong packet count

ITUC

Normal unicast message count

ITMCA

Count of normal multicast messages sent by the port

ITBCA

Count of normal broadcast messages sent by the port (excluding flow control frame messages)

ITOVR

Count of messages exceeding txMaxSize

ITFRG

Counting of messages carrying a hold-to code and header less than 72 bytes

ITPKT

Count of messages sent by the port (includes error packets, unicast packets, broadcast packets, multicast packets and flow control frame messages)

ITMAX

The port receives a message count of length MAC_TxMaxSz bytes, MAC_TxMaxSz default 1518, including the 8-byte preamble

ITUFL

Outgoing FIFO overflow count (downward overflow)

ITERR

Packet FIFO Error Count

ITBYT

Count of bytes sent

 

1.5 Packet loss records

RIPD4

L3 forwarding discard (GBP full or incoming packet Buffer reaches discard threshold)

RIPC4

L3 unicast message count

RIPHE4

L3 IP header error message count

IMRP4

L3 multicast message count

RIPD6

IPV6 L3 forwarding discard (GBP full or incoming packet Buffer reaches discard threshold)

RIPC6

IPV6 L3 unicast message count

RIPHE6

IPV6 L3 IP header error message count

IMRP6

IPV6 L3 multicast message count

RDISC

Dropped message count (GBP full or dropped by pressure, i.e. MMU dropped packets)

RUC

Count of unicast messages received

RPORTD

Packet loss when STP-enabled port is not Forwording state

RDBGC0

No setting, as a debugging register, you can set it yourself as needed when positioning

RDBGC1

0x82780055: Mainly packet loss counts associated with L3.

a. (0x00000001) Rx IPv4 L3 discard packets

b. (0x00000004) Rx IPv4 header error packets

c. (0x00000010) Rx IPv6 L3 discard packet

d. (0x00000040) Rx IPv6 header error packets

e, (0x00080000) DOS L3 header error packets (Unknown HiGig header type packet (BCM56700/56800/56580))

f, (0x00100000) DOS L4 header error packets (HiGig mirror packet (BCM56700/56800/56580))

g. (0x00200000) DOS ICMP error packets

h. (0x00400000) DOS fragment error packets

i. (0x02000000) Rx tunnel error packets.

j. (0x80000000) L3 src URPF check Fail (BCM5660x only) (BCM5660x only) (Higigig Header error packets (BCM56700/56800/56580))

RDBGC2

0x50004000: Multicast-related packet loss count

a. (0x00004000) Multicast (L2+L3) packets that are dropped

b. (0x10000000) Multicast Index error packets (BCM56700/56800/56580)

c. (0x40000000) Received MPLS Packets with Error (BCM5660x only)

RDBGC3

0x00008000: outgoing port not found

RDBGC4

0x80080100: Chip MMU packet loss and 56700 related packet loss count

a. (0x00000100) IBP discard and CBP full

b. (0x00080000) Unknown HiGig header type packet (BCM56700/56800/56580)

c. (0x80000000) Parity error packets (BCM56700/56800/56580)

RDBGC5

0x20000800: L2-related packet loss count

a. (0x00000800) Rx policy discard - DST_DISCARD, SRC_DISCARD, RATE_CONTROL

b. (0x20000000) packets dropped due to MAC Limit is hit

RDBGC6

0x00002000: ACL packet loss count

     Packets dropped by FP 

RDBGC7

0x00000400: Port STP block packet loss count

          Packets droppped when ingress port is not in forwarding state

RDBGC8

0x04000000: VLAN check packet loss count

         Rx VLAN drops

TDBGC0

No setting, as a debugging register, you can set it yourself as needed when positioning

TDBGC1

L3 related packet loss count

          a. (0x00000002) Tx IPv4 L3 UC Aged and Drop packets

          b, (0x00000020) Tx IPv6 L3 UC Aged and Drop Packets

c, (0x00000200) Tx Tunnel error packets

d, (0x00000400) Pkts dropped due to TTL threshold counter

e, (0x00000800) Pkts dropped when CFI set & pket is untagged or L3 switched for IPMC

TDBGC2

Multicast-related packet loss count

          a. (0x00000008) Tx IPv4 IPMC Aged and Drop packets

.    b, (0x00000080) Tx IPv6 IPMC Aged and Drop packets

          c, (0x00020000) L2 MC packet drop counter

TDBGC3

VLAN-related packet loss count

          a.(0x00002000) Pkts dropped due to invalid VLAN counter      

b, (0x00004000) Pkts dropped due to miss in VXLT table counter

TDBGC4

STP-related packet loss count

          a. (0x00008000) Pkts dropped due to Spanning Tree State not in forwarding state

TDBGC5

Packet Aging Packet Loss Count

          a. (0x00010000) Pkts dropped due to packet aged counter

TDBGC6

Packet loss count for any reason

          a. (0x00040000) Pkts dropped due to any condition

HOLD

HOL packet loss

TPCE

Packet loss from bursts or Cell errors while sending

 

2 SD/EB type single board

2.1 GE type interface reception

GR64

The port receives a count of messages of length 64 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR127

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 65 to 127 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR255

The port receives a count of messages 128 to 255 bytes in length (good and bad messages are counted)

GR511

The port receives a count of messages of length 256 to 511 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR1023

The port receives a count of messages of length 512 to 1023 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR1518

The port receives a count of messages of length 1024 to 1518 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GRMGV

The port receives a check-right message count of length 1519 to 1522 bytes

GR2047

The port receives a count of messages of length 1519 to 2047 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR4095

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 2048 to 4095 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GR9216

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 4096 to 9216 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GRPKT

Count of packets received by the port (includes error packets, unicast packets, broadcast packets, multicast packets and flow control frame packets)

GRBYT

Number of bytes received by the port (including error packets)

GRMCA

Count of normal multicast packets received by the port

GRBCA

Count of normal broadcast messages received by the port (excluding flow control frame messages)

GRFCS

Wrong packet count

GRXCF

MAC control messages (mainly flow control frames, which are a type of MAC control message)

GRXPE

flow control frame message

GRXUO

MAC control messages other than flow control frames (a MAC control message with an OPCODE of 0001 indicates a flow control frame, OPCODE 0000, 0002 through FFFF are reserved)

GRALN

Wrong packet count in 10/100 mode

GRFLR

Wrong packet count (messages longer than the length of the Ethernet message range)

GRCDE

False packet count (usually comes out with bad link quality)

GRFCR

False packet count (usually comes out with bad link quality)

GROVR

Extra-long frame count (messages between the maximum message length cntMaxSize counted by the counter and the maximum frame MAXFA allowed to pass, the default is 1518 for both, so that there is no such count and such messages are not discarded)

GRJBR

Wrong packet count (wrong extra-long frame count)

GRMTUE

Messages exceeding the MAXFR length

GRUC

Normal unicast message count

GRPOK

Normal message count

RRPKT

10 to 63 bytes of message count

GRUND

10 to 63 bytes of checksum correct message count

GRFRG

Count of messages with incorrect checksum from 10 to 63 bytes

RRBYT

10 to 63 bytes of message byte count

 

2.2 GE type interface sending

GT64

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 64 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT127

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 65 to 127 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT255

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 128 to 255 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT511

The port sends a count of messages 256 to 511 bytes in length (good and bad messages are counted)

GT1023

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 512 to 1023 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT1518

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 1024 to 1518 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GTMGV

The port sends a checksum correct message count of length 1519 to 1522 bytes

GT2047

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 1519 to 2047 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT4095

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 2048 to 4095 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GT9216

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 4096 to 9216 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

GTPKT

Count of messages sent by the port (includes error packets, unicast packets, broadcast packets, multicast packets and flow control frame messages)

GTPKT

Number of bytes sent by the port (including error packets)

GTMCA

Count of normal multicast messages sent by the port

GTBCA

Count of normal broadcast messages sent by the port (excluding flow control frame messages)

GTXPF

flow control frame message

GTJBR

Wrong packet count (wrong extra-long frame count)

GTFCS

Wrong packet count

GTXCF

MAC control messages (mainly flow control frames, which are a type of MAC control message)

GTOVR

Extra-long frame count (messages between the maximum message length cntMaxSize counted by the counter and the maximum frame MAXFA allowed to pass, the default is 1518 for both, so that there is no such count and such messages are not discarded)

GTDFR

Defer error pack in 10/100 mode

GTEDF

Abort error pack in 10/100 mode

GTSCL

Collision error packet in 10/100 mode (sending frame that experienced one conflict)

GTMCL

Collision error packet in 10/100 mode (sending frames that experience 2 to 15 conflicts)

GTLCL

Collision error packet in 10/100 mode (the sending frame that experienced the last, 16th conflict)

GTXCL

Collision error packet in 10/100 mode (sending frame that experienced 16 conflicts)

GTFRG

Count of checksum error messages less than 64 bytes

GTNCL

Collisions conflicting message count

GTBYT

Number of bytes sent by the port (including error packets)

GTUC

Normal unicast message count

GTPOK

Normal message count

EGR_PERQ_XMT

_COUNTERS

Count of messages sent per queue per port (recorded in show/c as PERQ_PKT and PERQ_BYTE)

 

2.3 10GE/HG type interface reception

IR64

The port receives a count of messages of length 64 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR127

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 65 to 127 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR255

The port receives a count of messages 128 to 255 bytes in length (good and bad messages are counted)

IR511

The port receives a count of messages of length 256 to 511 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR1023

The port receives a count of messages of length 512 to 1023 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR1518

The port receives a count of messages of length 1024 to 1518 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR2047

The port receives a count of messages of length 1519 to 2047 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR4095

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 2048 to 4095 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR9216

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 4096 to 9216 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IR16383

Count of messages received by the port with a length of 9217 to 16383 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IRMAX

Count of messages of length rxMaxSize bytes received by the port

IRPKT

Count of packets received by the port (includes error packets, unicast packets, broadcast packets, multicast packets and flow control frame packets)

IRFCS

CRC error packet count

IRUC

Count of unicast messages received by the port

IRMCA

Count of multicast messages received by the port

IRBCA

Count of broadcast messages received by the port (excluding flow control frame messages)

IRXCF

MAC control messages (mainly flow control frames, which are a type of MAC control message)

IRXPF

flow control frame message

IRXUO

MAC control messages other than flow control frames (a MAC control message with an OPCODE of 0001 indicates a flow control frame, OPCODE 0000, 0002 through FFFF are reserved)

IRJBR

Wrong packet count (wrong extra-long frame count)

IROVR

Count of messages with correct checksum greater than rxMaxSize

IRFLR

Greater than 64-byte packet data length and packet 802.3 LENGTH/TYPE field mismatch

IRPOK

Normal message count

IRMEG

Count of messages with correct checksum greater than rxMaxSize

IRMEB

Count of messages with checksum errors greater than rxMaxSize

IRBYT

Number of bytes received by the port (including error packets)

IRUND

Less than 64 bytes check correct message count

IRFRG

Greater than 8 bytes Less than 64 bytes Checked for correct message count

IRERBYT

Error packet control message received by XGMII interface

IRERPKT

Messages other than error packet control messages received by the XGMII interface

IRJUNK

Messages other than IDLE and /START/ messages received by the XGMII interface

MAC_RXLLF

CMSGCNT

Received LLFC Message Count

 

2.4 10GE/HG type interface sending

IT64

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 64 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT127

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 65 to 127 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT255

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 128 to 255 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT511

The port sends a count of messages 256 to 511 bytes in length (good and bad messages are counted)

IT1023

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 512 to 1023 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT1518

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 1024 to 1518 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT2047

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 1519 to 2047 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT4095

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 2048 to 4095 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT9216

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 4096 to 9216 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

IT16383

Count of messages sent by the port with a length of 9217 to 16383 bytes (good and bad messages are counted)

ITPOK

Normal message count

ITXPF

flow control frame message

ITFCS

Wrong packet count

ITUC

Normal unicast message count

ITMCA

Count of normal multicast messages sent by the port

ITBCA

Count of normal broadcast messages sent by the port (excluding flow control frame messages)

ITOVR

Count of messages exceeding txMaxSize

ITFRG

Counting of messages carrying a hold-to code and header less than 72 bytes

ITPKT

Count of messages sent by the port (includes error packets, unicast packets, broadcast packets, multicast packets and flow control frame messages)

ITUFL

Outgoing FIFO overflow count (downward overflow)

ITERR

Packet FIFO Error Count

ITBYT

Count of bytes sent

ITBYT

Count of bytes sent

EGR_PERQ_XMT

_COUNTERS

Count of messages sent per queue per port (recorded in show/c as PERQ_PKT and PERQ_BYTE)

 

2.5 Packet loss

RIPD4

L3 forwarding discard (GBP full or incoming packet Buffer reaches discard threshold)

RIPC4

L3 unicast message count

RIPHE4

L3 IP header error message count

IMRP4

L3 multicast message count

RIPD6

IPV6 L3 forwarding discard (GBP full or incoming packet Buffer reaches discard threshold)

RIPC6

IPV6 L3 unicast message count

RIPHE6

IPV6 L3 IP header error message count

IMRP6

IPV6 L3 multicast message count

RDISC

Dropped message count (GBP full or dropped by pressure, i.e. MMU dropped packets)

RUC

Count of unicast messages received

RPORTD

Packet loss when STP-enabled port is not Forwording state

IUNHGI

Count of messages not recognized by Hig Tag

ICTRL

Count of Hig messages carrying control options

IBCAST

Hig message count with broadcast option

ILTOMC

Count of Hig messages carrying the Layer 2 multicast option

IIPMC

Count of Hig messages carrying multicast options

IUNKOPC

Count of Hig messages carrying unknown options

RDBGC0

No setting, as a debugging register, you can set it yourself as needed when positioning

RDBGC1

0x82780055: Mainly packet loss counts associated with L3.

k, (0x00000001) Rx IPv4 L3 discard packets

l. (0x00000004) Rx IPv4 header error packets

m, (0x00000010) Rx IPv6 L3 discard packet

n, (0x00000040) Rx IPv6 header error packets

o, (0x00080000) DOS L3 header error packets (Unknown HiGig header type packet (BCM56700/56800/56580))

p, (0x00100000) DOS L4 header error packets (HiGig mirror packet (BCM56700/56800/56580))

q. (0x00200000) DOS ICMP error packets

r, (0x00400000) DOS fragment error packets

s, (0x02000000) Rx tunnel error packets.

t, (0x80000000) L3 src URPF check Fail (BCM5660x only) (BCM5660x only) (Higigig Header error packets (BCM56700/56800/56580))

RDBGC2

0x50004000: Multicast-related packet loss count

d. (0x00004000) Multicast (L2+L3) packets that are dropped

e. (0x10000000) Multicast Index error packets (BCM56700/56800/56580)

f. (0x40000000) Received MPLS Packets with Error (BCM5660x only)

RDBGC3

0x00008000: outgoing port not found

RDBGC4

0x80080100: Chip MMU packet loss and 56700 related packet loss count

d. (0x00000100) IBP discard and CBP full

e. (0x00080000) Unknown HiGig header type packet (BCM56700/56800/56580)

f. (0x80000000) Parity error packets (BCM56700/56800/56580)

RDBGC5

0x20000800: L2-related packet loss count

c, (0x00000800) Rx policy discard - DST_DISCARD, SRC_DISCARD, RATE_CONTROL

d. (0x20000000) packets dropped due to MAC Limit is hit (BCM56700/56800/56580)

RDBGC6

0x00002000: ACL packet loss count

     Packets dropped by FP 

RDBGC7

0x00000400: Port STP block packet loss count

          Packets droppped when ingress port is not in forwarding state

RDBGC8

0x04000000: VLAN check packet loss count

         Rx VLAN drops

TDBGC0

No setting, as a debugging register, you can set it yourself as needed when positioning

TDBGC1

L3 related packet loss count

          a. (0x00000002) Tx IPv4 L3 UC Aged and Drop packets

          b, (0x00000020) Tx IPv6 L3 UC Aged and Drop Packets

c, (0x00000200) Tx Tunnel error packets

d, (0x00000400) Pkts dropped due to TTL threshold counter

e, (0x00000800) Pkts dropped when CFI set & pket is untagged or L3 switched for IPMC

TDBGC2

Multicast-related packet loss count

a. (0x00000008) Tx IPv4 IPMC Aged and Drop packets

.    b, (0x00000080) Tx IPv6 IPMC Aged and Drop packets

c, (0x00020000) L2 MC packet drop counter

TDBGC3

VLAN-related packet loss count

a.(0x00002000) Pkts dropped due to invalid VLAN counter

b, (0x00004000) Pkts dropped due to miss in VXLT table counter

TDBGC4

STP-related packet loss count

a. (0x00008000) Pkts dropped due to Spanning Tree State not in forwarding state

TDBGC5

Packet Aging Packet Loss Count

a. (0x00010000) Pkts dropped due to packet aged counter

TDBGC6

Packet loss count for any reason

a. (0x00040000) Pkts dropped due to any condition

TPCE

Packet loss from bursts or Cell errors while sending

 


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