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Anonymous
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Re: 3120 - High CPU Utilization and slowness

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- RapidRoute is enabled on a per-interface basis. For example, on the NetVanta 3120, RapidRoute can be enabled on the ethernet 0/1 interface and/or the vlan interfaces configured on the device. Based on the steps you took in the above post, you were not in interface configuration mode to enable RapidRoute. As mentioned, the following is how you would enable RapidRoute for the Public (eth0/1) interface of the 3120:

Router>

Router#

Router#config t

Router(config)interface eth 0/1

Router(config-int)ip ffe

Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any further questions or issues.

Thanks,

Noor

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New Contributor III

Re: 3120 - High CPU Utilization and slowness

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Noor-

Thanks

I am having trouble getting any of the commands to not give an % unrecognized command.

That is why I asked what the prompt you are using as an example meant?

I am clearly not doing this right.

is:

Router> (in your example)

the same as

NetVanta3120> in my telnet?

This is my prompt:

NetVanta3120>

So in your example would I enter ">" or "#"   ?

I am at the prompt:

NetVanta3120>

I enter >

I get back:

NetVanta3120>>

% Unrecognized command

I then try #

I get back:

NetVanta3120>#

% Unrecognized command

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Anonymous
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Re: 3120 - High CPU Utilization and slowness

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- Sorry for the confusion. I've posted in bold and italics what you will need to type in. I've also modified the prompt to match what you will see in your telnet screen. Let us know if you have any questions.

NetVanta3120> enable

Password: <enter enable password here and hit enter>

NetVanta3120# config t

NetVanta3120(config)# int eth 0/1

NetVanta3120(config-eth 0/1)#ip ffe

NetVanta3120(config-eth 0/1)#do wr    <- This will save the configuration change.

If you wanted to enable RapidRoute on the vlan interface, you would just replace the "int eth 0/1" command with "int vlan <VLAN ID>" command.

Thanks,

Noor


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New Contributor III

Re: 3120 - High CPU Utilization and slowness

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Thanks, that helps a lot. I am still having a problem....... in that after entering "enable"

At the Prompt

Password:

I enter my router password but it is not recognized.

Am I not understanding something simple?

Thanks again.

James

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Re: 3120 - High CPU Utilization and slowness

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Your enable password could be different than your initial login password.  If you have access to the GUI you can then go to Passwords>and at the bottom you will see all your options including enable password.  Type in a new password here and then verify, apply and save your config.  Go back in SSH or telnet and you should be good.

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New Contributor III

Re: 3120 - High CPU Utilization and slowness

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Excellent! Thanks for the details. It all makes sense now.

All worked.

I enabled  it on both interfaces

Thanks!

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New Contributor

Re: 3120 - High CPU Utilization and slowness

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svchost.exe (netsvcs) is also a cause of high CPU usage. YOu can try some of these solutions i have found online:

  •    Clear Event Viewer Logs
  •     Download and install all available Windows updates
  •     Scan your computer for viruses and malware
  •     Find and Disable the service that causes the “svchost” high CPU usage problem

For detailed solution, Visit: http://errorcodespro.com/fix-svchost-exe-netsvcs-high-cpu-memory-usage/