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Cacti graphs do not show over "80 M"

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Cacti does not seem to show values over "80 M" when "bits per second" with total traffic is used. It seems when the traffic goes over "80 M", the graph for that period is empty/no value. Please see see attached screenshot.

The interface is Gi and the usable traffic is olver 100 M.
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If your using the 64-bit counters you won't get roll-over in SNMP. Typically you get roll over above the 110Mb level, when the polling is 5 minutes.
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