6509E 20% speed loss when Router introduced to transfer path
I have an issue that I am trying to track down. When I have 2 servers on the same VLAN on my AS pair, all is good because nothing leaves the switch. Where the issue is, is when I have 2 servers on different VLAN's and it requires a hop across the Core router pair. This hop drops the throughput rate by about 20-25% (from 44M to 35-36M)
I think I know the issue, but want some input to from other to make sure I am not off-base.
I have a pair of 6509E chassis' running Sup720 (VS-S720-10G) with CEF720 (X6748-GE-TX) modules. This is my Access Pair running VSS to look as 1 switch.
These tie into the Core pair of 6500E chassis' running Sup720 (Sup720-3B). This issue I see is that the core has a CEF720 card (6724-SFP), but the AS pair does not connect to the core on that card, they connect on a RJ45 Ethermodule (6148A-GE-TX) card. Would the fact that the AS pair does not connect to the core on the CEF7220 module on the core, cause the traffic to not make use of the CEF features of the Core and make each packet then have to be processed by the core instead of Express Forwarded?
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