Switch and router
Justin M. Streiner
streiner at cluebyfour.org
Tue Feb 7 14:04:35 UTC 2012
On Tue, 7 Feb 2012, Ann Kwok wrote:
> Thank you for your help
> But we can't increase the pipe as we are using 10G switch.
> The congestion happens when the traffic is using 7G
> Any idea?
> In addition, how to determine the congestion happens in router or switch.
Different manufacturers and platforms have different ways of indicating
the presence of congestion. Some will not explicitly report it, so you
end up having to go back and look at performance statistics on your devices
(per-interface traffic, overall traffic and/or traffic per ASIC group,
CPU/memory/buffer utilization, link errors, overruns, etc).
Whichever manufacturers you use will likely have lots of resources
available through their websites/support channels for troubleshooting
I'm going to go out on a limb here and take a guess that Ann = Deric,
using a different address?
> On Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 4:56 PM, Fabien Delmotte <fdelmotte1 at mac.com> wrote:
>> Forget flow control, because you will use buffer and at the someone will
>> not understant pause frame.
>> Another issue is : with pause frame you block all the traffic from the
>> outbound port ... So very dangerous.
>> Best way : big pipe.
>> Envoyé de mon iPad
>> Le 6 févr. 2012 à 22:41, Ann Kwok <annkwok80 at gmail.com> a écrit :
>>> There is big congestion between router and switch
>>> I read some documents about flowcontral
>>> Do I disable or adjust flowcontral at the same?
>>> Can flowcontral solve the congestion issue?
>>> How can I adjust flowcontral in cisco router and HP switch?
>>> Thank you so much
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