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Polling of bandwidth for utilization on specific interfaces, esp when sub interfaces are present
We have devices discovered and they have a interface say like se0/1/0 and there is a subinterface se0/1/0.100 underneath it.
I have inbandwidth and outbandwidth polling enabled. And it detects utilization above 90% and sends alerts and everything works. So with the subinterface utilization being high we get two alerts like below.
Both are in NmosManagedStatus =0, is there a way to distinguish , that we can ticket / escalate only one event and not end up with 2 events for each.
One Idea i had was using the rules file to enrich an additional field, but since sub interfaces can change and also if there is a bundle like a MFR with multiple serial's underneath it, then it might not match a regex pattern.
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