Switch and router
Sven Olaf Kamphuis
sven at cb3rob.net
Tue Feb 7 12:04:52 CST 2012
"increase pipe" = port trunking/etherchannel/port bonding whatever your
supplier calls it. just use 2 or 4 ports instead of just one.
ieee 802.3ad/lacp/link aggregation, etc.... all the same stuff. ;)
provided you have another interface on/for your router ofcourse (your
switch probably has plenty ;)
also an option (for cisco)...
(i'd say, 1% of 10ge should about cover all the needs for inband layer-2
related stuff as a few kbit/s already should suffice ;)
1% being the minimum you can set this to.
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On Tue, 7 Feb 2012, Randy McAnally wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Feb 2012 08:32:21 -0500, 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
> If you cannot increase bandwidth, then you must increase the TX queue (in QOS
> and/or port buffer).
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