I have a device connected to a switchport that I would like to have shut down IF the traffic exceeds a certain amount. This device seems to spew gross amounts of unicast traffic at times and as a result it degrades the circuit (T1) so badly that the circuit becomes unusable until the device is disconnected from the network.
I would like to configure the switch to watch the unicast traffic and when the traffic exceeds a certain amount have the switchport shutdown.
With Cat3550 you can use "storm-control unicast level" command and provided you run IOS 12.2(25)SE and higher also "storm-control action shutdown" which shuts the port down (puts into errdisable status).
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