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3750G-12S as router

Hellow everyone.

Now L3 work in 3825 router and I have in peak 600 mbit and almost 70% cpu load.

I need to wrap up the traffic even with the office and I think 3825 will not cope with the load.

The load will grow up to 300 Mbps at least

I have 2 3750g-12s in stack.

Want to move all logic to them (now it's L2).

But in feature, I will need to collect netflow.

Use c3750-ipservicesk9-mz.122-58.SE2.bin

Will it work?

Thanks for the advice.

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Re: 3750G-12S as router

No it will not work !

The commands are there for a different 3750.

so you could stack a 3750G with a 3750x with the right card and then you could use the commands.

but not for a 3750G

What you can do is set up a netflow collector and do a SPAN port on a 3750G and set a netflow collector on the span port.

That will solve your NETFLOW problem

To solve the routing problem you can have a go at the newer 3945E models

If your 3825 can handle todays traffic load of 600 Mbit and you want to ramp it up 300Mbps the 3945e will do just that.

however I am not sure you are using netflow in your router today. so take into consideration routing table sizes and also that the more stuff you enable the more you have to utilise the processor.

so if you want full routing table from the internet without crunching the numbers I doubt that will work with a 3750G.

Good luck

HTH

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Purple

3750G-12S as router

Hi,

You need 3750-x with IPServices for flexible Netflow support.

Regards.

Alain.

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

3750G-12S as router

The load will grow up to 300 Mbps at least

Bandwidth of 300 Mbps WAN?

You should be looking at least on a 890 router or a 1921 router.

New Member

3750G-12S as router

Incorrectly said.

My traffic will be >=1 Gbit

Hall of Fame Super Gold

3750G-12S as router

My traffic will be >=1 Gbit

I Gbps of WAN traffic?

You should be looking at the ASR with, at least, ESP 4.

Re: 3750G-12S as router

Hi Ivan,

check here for some performances and exclude the 1941 or inferior:

http://www.cisco.com/web/partners/downloads/765/tools/quickreference/routerperformance.pdf

Your 3750G will do the job because their capacity of PPS that is the main value you should consider in your situation. However, with a so big amount of WAN traffic i would plan a different device than 3750G... It is not going to be an ideal solution. Leave the 3750X, they are quite unstable... rather go for the (big) new ISR G2 or ASR 1000 series.

HTH

Alessio

New Member

3750G-12S as router

Th's for answers!

One more.

Does 3750g-12s support netflow with c3750-ipservicesk9-mz.122-58.SE2.bin

This command, have in ios.

SW(config)#ip flow-?

flow-aggregation  flow-cache        flow-capture  flow-egress

flow-export       flow-top-talkers

Does it work?

Th's a lot!

Gold

Re: 3750G-12S as router

No it will not work !

The commands are there for a different 3750.

so you could stack a 3750G with a 3750x with the right card and then you could use the commands.

but not for a 3750G

What you can do is set up a netflow collector and do a SPAN port on a 3750G and set a netflow collector on the span port.

That will solve your NETFLOW problem

To solve the routing problem you can have a go at the newer 3945E models

If your 3825 can handle todays traffic load of 600 Mbit and you want to ramp it up 300Mbps the 3945e will do just that.

however I am not sure you are using netflow in your router today. so take into consideration routing table sizes and also that the more stuff you enable the more you have to utilise the processor.

so if you want full routing table from the internet without crunching the numbers I doubt that will work with a 3750G.

Good luck

HTH

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