I'm trying to find where my routing is going wrong. To understand it I'm trying to use the debug command, although I'm having no luck. I'm looking for packets from 10.222.6.36 to 192.168.16.21. Can someone please show me how to do this?
As another post pointed out packets that are fast switched (or cef switched) are not seen by debug. Fast switching (and cef switching) are enabled by default. To disable them you would configure no ip route-cache on the inbound and the outbound interfaces.
You asked a very perceptive question when you asked about the impact of turning off fast switching (or cef switching). Turning these off will force every packet to be process switched. This will drive up the load on the CPU and certainly has the liklihood of impacting performance of your router.
Depending on what you are looking for there might be an alternative that would not have the performance impact. If you were to configure this:
access-list 119 permit ip host 10.222.6.36 192.168.16.0 0.0.0.255 log
access-list 119 permit ip any any
(note the added parameter log at the end of the first statement) and apply the access list to the interfaces it would create log messages if it saw any of the traffic. This would confirm the existance of the traffic which seems to be what you were trying to do with debug ip packet.
before attempting to understand IP routing through the use of debugging I would rather have a look at the IP routing table. As already denoted, debugging might have a dramatic effect on CPU load of the router and might even lead to a reboot.
Can you provide more information on the specific problem you are trying to address? What is the config and routing table looking like?
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