I have a devices that is dying because of too many broadcasts (at least that's the claim). They want me to filter that physical port to which they are attached so that it does not hear them. It is not clear if the "storm-control" commands control inbound or outbound traffic and also if when triggered they filter only broadcast. Anyone out there know the answer to these questions? This is typically on a 2950 switch.
Re: How to suppress broadcast outbound on a switch?
there is no feature on the 2950 or 3550 that will solve your problem. they are both constrained by their inability to filter outgoing traffic. you must use a 4500 or 6500 to use vlan acls or output port acls.
i would suggest connecting the fragile device to an empty 2950 and using storm control on the uplink interface.
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