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"Specifying IP MLS Fast Aging Time and Packet Threshold Values"
The 32k is a reference to the number of entries in the cache. Flow Mask Mode and aging time settings affect the number of entries.
You should be able to see the number of entries by typing SHOW MLS at the prompt. Do another search in the document for "Displaying IP MLS Information" and you will see the following output:
Console> (enable) show mls
Multilayer switching enabled
Multilayer switching aging time = 256 seconds
Multilayer switching fast aging time = 0 seconds, packet threshold = 1
Total packets switched = 101892
Active entries = 2153
Netflow data export enabled
Netflow data export configured for port 8010 on host 10.0.2.15
Total packets exported = 20
MLS-RP IP MLS-RP ID Xtag MLS-RP MAC-Vlans
The active entries (2153) are what you are looking for. Monitor the number of entries on your own switch and adjust the aging times if you want to maintain the cache for longer periods. You would rather switch than route packets and a higher number of active entries equates to less routed traffic. This process is most efficient if the active entries do not exceed 32000.
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