Can routing loop due to redistribution cause upload & download speed degradation
I have ASA connected to the perimeter and it works fine and it gives 100X100 Mbps of speed.When we replace ASA with Palo Alto the speed degrades to 70 Mpbs down and 10 mbps upload.
There is no Qos configured on Palo Alto. With the ASA we were using EIGRP in the LAN infrastructure. Since Palo Alto does not support EIGRP I am uisng OSPF on Palo Alto and redistributing on the core router in both the directions. I have configured route-map filtering on the core switch/router to prevent routing loops.
But I am not sure why I get lowers speeds when I connect the Palo Alto in the network.
I was thing the routing loop may cause this issue? But there are no routing loops in the network.Has anyone experienced this before with any Platforms?
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