I am experiencing high CPU utilization on a Cisco 3750. After consulting with Cisco TAC, it seemed we get a lot of icmp request that the switch redirects so asked what if I disabled the "ip redirect" but Cisco TAC said that platform does not support it but I did "no ip redirect" on all hsrp interfaces anyways and after reviewing "debug platform cpu-queues icmp-q" output I see huge number of messages like this:
Jun 28 2016 16:06:04: ICMP-Q:Dropped redirect disabled on L3 IF: Local Port Fwding L3If:Vlan52 L2If:TenGigabitEthernet1/1/2 DI:0xB4, LT:7, Vlan:52 SrcGPN:54, SrcGID:54, ACLLogIdx:0x0, MacDA:0000.0c9f.f002, MacSA: 0015.5d3e.1414 IP_SA:188.8.131.52 IP_DA:172.17.100.65 IP_Proto:17
Is there such a thing that this platform doesn't support "no ip redirect"? Cisco hasn't been able to give me any useful information.
"no ip redirect" is being applied to SVIs on the switch and act as a default gateway for the hosts and do static routing for them.