I have a CCR1036 router that has a very large MAC table, it exceeds 3000 entries. this is not a problem as you must work with this table.
The problem I have with Dude, which when consulting the router takes that table and generates a CPU load. I'm not interested in Dude taking the MAC table. I want to avoid CPU overload and keep probing for the other parameters I am interested in taking with Dude.
Dude take for defaults the MAC table when the device is defined and the SNMP connection configured, and I want to prevent Dude from taking the MAC table
Can I prevent Dudue from taking the MAC table?
Can I filter only the MAC table queries on the router?