Can you please elaborate more on your comments for N7k Dataplane.
I understand that Dataplance does the following -
Data Plane ( I/O Module)
Forwarding Information Base (FIB) and Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF) switching were introduced to make layer-3 switching deterministic. When IP routes are copied from RIB to FIB, their next hops are resolved, outgoing interfaces are computed and multiple entries are created when the next-hop resolution results in multiple paths to the same destination.
UFDM interface between URIB and IP FIB.
basically i want to know does each I/o module goes for a routing update ( controlplane) as an examle from 10.1.200.X to 10.1.210.x . what type of cachign they does?
Can you also expalin more on FIB TCAM and IP Prefixes
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