can anybody tell me if using policy-based routing impacts on data transfer speeds across the interface that has "ip policy" tied to it for policy-based routing.
Since implementing it on our network two days ago, data transfers between particular hosts across the link that has policy-based routing enabled on an interface (for other specific hosts) has deteriorated.
Hi, my understanding is that when features like policy routing and others, are enabled on a L3 switch, it uses the CPU instead of silicon to process packets, and this can lead to performance degradation.
You can ask in the "LAN switching forum" if anyone has experience of trouble with policy routing on L3 switch.
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