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By default, the shortest path will be the best path. If you notice, the first three are locally configured options that you can use to override any selections that would normally be made by the shortest path. For example, there may be times that you receive prefixes from multiple other ASes, but the AS with the shortest path has the lowest bandwidth, so you ...


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You are trying to use the wrong command. You show the process memory (show processes), not the buffer memory. Show the buffer memory with the show memory command. Something like: show memory allocating-process | i logger That command shows the logging buffer in my router. Notice that the buffer is allocated during router initialization.


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I forgot to mention that my DUT server/application was running on Openstack cloud. Solution: Disable port_security_enabled option on neutron port because it had lots of anti-spoofing rules blocking multiple IP/Mac flow (No matter you have security-group allow all or not) Reference Doc: http://kimizhang.com/neutron-ml2-port-security/


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You want the relay agent (ip helper-address) on the interface of the network for which it is requesting an address. There are no hosts on the loopback, so it makes no sense to put the relay agent on the loopback. For example, if interface GigabitEthernet0/1 is connected to the network (10.11.12.0/24) from which the host is requesting DHCP service, then you ...


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You need a router to route between VLANs. If your switch is layer 3, then you need to do three things: For devices on each VLAN, set the default gateway to the VLAN interface (it appears you've already done that). Add a static default route on the switch with the next hop of the ISP router Add a static route on the ISP router for each additional VLAN. The ...


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Basically, you've got three options, from best to worst: Run a physical connection between the routers. Set up dynamic routing or create static routes to the remote network. Based on the distance, you'll need to use fiber. This is the fastest option, easily providing gigabit speed. [edit] With a smaller distance, you could use Cat-5 as well, provided that ...


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