First all works ( trunk, vlans, and ip routing, L3 ) but I see a lot of cpu usage ( sometimes ) and some packts lost ( ping x.x.x.x(other vlan) -l 10000 -w 5000 -t ). Since We move to 3570G stack we having this problem. Let me know yours thoughts
1 - How many packts(pps) this 3570G can route? (intervlan routing)
2 - How 3570G works with giants frames?
3 - There is a tips to tunning "intervlan routing" with 3570G ( I USE "ip routing", so I use L3 switch to routing against all vlans )
Obs.: I have 60 switches in my network, and this stack its my "core layer" so all trafic pass by him.
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to determine which MAC Address table to look in for a forwarding
decision. To do this we require the switch to do...
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