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Network's OpenNMS "outrsts"

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    I'm expirience exactly the same issu like one posted some time ago and interested if you've found solution

    asusag29th September 2006, 02:27
    Hi all -

    We've discovered a strange pattern on our Network's OpenNMS reports for TCP Errors and Failures.

    Every day, we get an "outrsts" spike on every node that we get SNMP traps. 2811 routers, 2950s, 7304s, and 3845s... it also appears on non-Cisco devices like servers and serial devices. The time of the spike varies on each piece of equipment but always seems to happen every 24 hours for each.

    The OID is

    Here is a description I got from cisco ( but it wasn't that much use to me.

    Does anyone know if this spike is dangerous? Whether it is or not, we'd like to get rid of it. It is reported as a TCP error, if it is harmless we'll have a hard time telling between it and a real error. I find it hard to believe that every device in our network, and every interface in our network is having it's counters reset every 24 hours. It might be coming from a single device.

    Thanks, I hope that made sense.