I want to know how much input/output queue sizes(in pkts or bytes) cisco switches(e.g., catalyst 2970G) have. I searched whole the internet but the one thing I found was the size DRAM of the switches.
Furthermore, 'show interfaces' command is supposed to show the number of packets in INPUT/OUTPUT queues but the results are always 0/75(max, input) and 0/40(max, output). The maximum sizes(75, 40 pkts) are unconvinceable either.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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