Which MIB table is used to obtain statistics about various packets on switch interfaces

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The ifTable and ifXTable tables in the IF-MIB are used to obtain Unicast, Broadcast and Multicast packet statistics on an interface. Different fields in the table indicate the counts of different packets.

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Can I use a MIB to obtain the number of lost packets on an interface of a CE series switch
You can use a MIB to obtain the number of lost packets on an interface of a CE series switch. The objects with the OIDs 1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.13 and 1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.19 indicate the numbers of lost incoming and outgoing packets respectively on an interface. For CE12800 series switches, pay attention to the following points: 1. To improve the NMS monitoring and query performance, the number of lost packets obtained through MIBs is always 0 in versions earlier than V100R005C00. 2. In V100R005C00 and later versions, you can run the set if-mib discard-statistics enable command in the diagnostic view to enable the function of using a MIB to collect statistics about packets loss on interfaces.

Which types of error packet statistics on a switch interface are caused by physical link faults (including hardware faults of local and peer devices)
Run the display interface command to view packet statistics on an Ethernet interface. If the command output contains the following types of error packet statistics, physical link faults (including hardware faults of local and peer devices) may have occurred. CRC: indicates the number of CRC error packets received by the interface. Symbols: indicates the number of received packets with coding error. Jabbers: indicates the number of received packets with length exceeding the maximum jumbo frame size and incorrect FCS values. Throttles/Runts: indicates the number of undersized frames with incorrect FCS values received by the interface.

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