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When I monitor the huge traffic from TAP,

Hi, everyone.

I wonder if When I monitor the huge traffic more than 10G, Is there a cpu-load issue?

the statement what I wrote is that the traffic is copied from TAP, and the traffic arrived at system. if the packet didn't know where to go, the packet dropped due to cef drop. therefore the CPU load didn't peak to high..Right?

Summary, When the packet is arrived at system that there is no route, the packet is dropped by cef null. so the CPU imact didn't occured.

I concened about If the above statement is wrong. Please check the statments.

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Re: When I monitor the huge traffic from TAP,

The show interfaces switching command output lists the switching paths for all protocols configured on the interface, so you can easily see what kind and the amount of traffic going through the router.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps133/products_tech_note09186a00800a70f2.shtml

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