I seem to be getting multi-cast and uni-cast traffic floods to my customers. All have a public static IP address and need a way to limit it. I've been told that I can do this with the 2950 or 3550 but only with the enhanced image. Can someon set me straight? Can it be limited with PPS or port block?
I am a small wireless ISP and sometimes I get traffic floods originating from the outside of the network. I give my customers public static IPs. I didn't know if the basic 2950 and 3550 would do broadcast storm control. I am going to purchase one of these switches to do the job. I have been told that it will take the Enhanced Image to do this. Any thoughts?
That sounds good. I have one last question relating to storm control. Does it stop all traffic when the threshold is hit in the port? If I have several customers in that particular port, but only one causing the problem, will they all be shut off completely until the storm subsides?
Yes ..it stops all traffic.. it only sees the total broadcast received on a port and not for each customer... you should be very careful when u enable it in a point to multipoint scenario... do let us know if you need any more info on this.
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