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Port Debounce

I understand what port debounce does.. (i.e. delaying the amount of time that the port sends a link-change to the supervisor engine.. etc) and the negative impact it can have on an operational network (convergence issues, etc)

What I don't understand is why & in what instances you would want to use this feature?

Any & all responses are appreciated, thanks.

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Re: Port Debounce

One reason I can think of is if you have difficulty maintaining link to the NIC card. See resolution 3 in the following page

http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/473/46.html#maintaining

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Cisco Employee

Re: Port Debounce

One reason I can think of is if you have difficulty maintaining link to the NIC card. See resolution 3 in the following page

http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/473/46.html#maintaining

Community Member

Re: Port Debounce

Greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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