Unicast Question

good morning all
I have been monitoring several of my network endpoints with SNMP traps
I have seen in the logs several unicast in and unicast out data
these are separate from our traffic in and traffic out totals via SNMP Bandwidth traps
should I be concerned with the this unicast information? it does not seem to dragging my network performance
but I want to make sure that I do not have any rogue devices or data application leakage

All help is greatly appreciated
thanks
D.Elebute
David ElebuteSystems ConsultantAsked:
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gheistCommented:
Unicast is normal traffic like MAC to MAC or IP to IP (i.e not broadcast or multicast)
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