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Cisco Wireless - High Broadcast Traffic

Cisco Wireless - High Broadcast Traffic

Okay.  I've lost half a day and I'm at my wits end trying to trace this down in the logs.  I'm a Cisco guy but not strong in wireless.  Anything looks familiar to anyone who knows what this crap means?  (See Attached)

Cisco Wireless Controller 2504
SW Version: 8.5.135.0
Logs-8.txt
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Thanks Roland, but I have already extended timeout to 5000ms.  And IPv6 is already disabled.  Highest firmware installed.
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So it was really due to bad monitoring and reporting all along.  Cisco TAC also confirmed my findings.  Port-channel  was enabled on the interface and the monitoring software was reading the traffic for a single interface.  Doubled the threshold and the alerts went away.  Thanks for the suggestions.