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How do you determine ip and op buffer size on a 3550-12G

I have a Cisco 3550-12G switch and I want to check to see if the input buffers and the output buffers for port gi0/12 are the same size. Is there a simple way to do this, I tried using the show buffers command but I couldn't seem to find what I was looking for. Help!

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Re: How do you determine ip and op buffer size on a 3550-12G

Hi,

"The 3550 switch uses central buffering. This means that there are no fixed buffer sizes per port. However, there is a fixed number of packets on a Gigabit port that can be queued. This fixed number is 4096. By default, each queue in a Gigabit port can have up to 1024 packets, regardless of the packet size."

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/473/187.html#topic7

HTH,

Bobby

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