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monitoring hp switch load between 2 HP switches

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I have 2 HP switches, 5406 and 2500. The link connecting them is currently 1GIG. I get complained about latency (ping packet lost) between the switches. Is there a way to isolate which port on the switch is the cooperate? How can I tell if the 1 gig link is the bottleneck? What tool can I use to monitor Hp switches?

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The easiest is to access the switch(es) with a browser.
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