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route cash

what is the difference bet :

1-no ip route cash.

2-no ip mroute cash .

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Re: route cash

Dear David,

1)no ip route-cash - used to Disables fast switching and back to processswitching to enable load balancing on a per-packet basis

2)no ip mroute-cash - used to disables multicast cashing

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Mounir Mohamed

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Re: route cash

no ip route-cache

&

No ip mroute-cache

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Re: route cash

I think that Mounir got it pretty well. I would offer a small re-interpretation of his answer. Both commands disable using route-cache (where routing decisions can be stored and re-used for forwarding of other packets which makes the forwarding process much more efficient). ip route-cache is for unicast IP packets and ip mroute-cache is for multicast IP packets.

HTH

Rick

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