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Allied Telesis Network Card AT-2916SX manual

Brand: Allied Telesis, product: Allied Telesis Network Card AT-2916SX

Type: Network Card

Total pages: 102, PDF manual size: 0.96 Mb


Chapter 2: Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 2 (BACS 2) Applications
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counter is incremented when the result of a transmission is reported as
Transmit OK and the attempt value is 2.
Frames Tx with more than one Collision. A count of frames that are
involved in more than one collision and are subsequently transmitted
successfully. This counter is incremented when the transmit status is
reported as Transmit OK, and the value of the attempts variable is
greater than 2 and less or equal to the attempt limit.
Frames Tx after Deferral. A count of frames whose transmission was
delayed on the first attempt because the medium was busy. The
frames involved in any collision are not counted.
Custom Statistics
Definitions of the custom statistics parameters are provided below.
Note
Custom statistics are available only for an enabled adapter.
Number of Interrupts generated by this adapter. The number of
interrupts generated by the device.
Number of Interrupts avoided by this adapter. The number of
interrupts avoided by the device.
Tx Max Coalesce Frames Threshold hit. The number of times the
Send Max Coalesce Frames Threshold was hit.
Rx Max Coalesce Frames Threshold hit. The number of times the
Receive Max Coalesce Frames Threshold was hit.
DMA write Queue was full. The number of times the DMA write
queue was full.
DMA write High Priority Queue was full. The number of times the
DMA write high priority queue was full.
DMA Read Queue was full. The number of times the DMA read
queue was full.
DMA Read High Priority Queue was full. The number of times the
DMA read high priority queue was full.
Send Data Completion FTQ was full. The number of times the send
data completion FTQ (flow through queue) was full.
NIC ran out of the Recv Buffer. The number of times the network
adapter ran out of the Recv Buffer descriptors.
Frames size less than 64-byte with bad FCS. The number of frames
with a size less than 64 bytes with bad FCS.
MAC Rx w/ Pause Command and Length = 0. MAC control frames
with the pause command and a length equal to 0.

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