Have a general question about the implementation of Storm Control in the access layer.
The answer is likely a "it depends" on your environment, but in gerneral what would be a good percentage to start with for implementing storm control in the access layer where end users/end user devices (printers, etc...) connect? Assuming the access switches are a mix of 3550/3560/3750 10/100. I was thinking around 50 percent to start with (for some broadcast storm protection), but was curious to hear from those that have implemented.
I am also looking into setting up storm/broadcast control and very interested. We have variously sized subnets as well as supernets. How exactly would you factor in network size to setup some starting settings?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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