Thanks for the info. My orginal query still remains unanswered. According to the datasheet sent by you earlier, Cisco 7206 can support 5000 tunnels with 280 Mbps of encrypted data (with NPE-G1 processor) But, the the particular device in question is currently working with 600 approx. tunnels and 100Mbps of encrypted data, that too with a NPE-G2 processor. Can this device support the tunnels and encrypted data as given in the datasheet with the present memory and config (show tech sent earlier) Then, why is the device showing ppq full errors with 1Gb of RAM? What is the solution to ppq errors and replay errors?
we moved successfully to 12.4(20)T same feature set with your current release that was suggested by TAC we could never make stateful IPsec to work.
About the VAM2+ capabilities in pps: I think there is more more work in encryption of decryption of packets: part of the workload is dependent on the number of IP headers to be modified so my guess is that at least the queues are more used with many packets waiting to be encrypted or decrypted and so increasing the probability of some tail queue drops when the queues are full. ans this is exactly the description of pps errors.
What is this number of max pps I'm afraid it is not declared in the datasheet.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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