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Sunday, August 28, 2011

Function of 2 Nexus interface commands

Can you please explain the 2 interface commands and what exactly they do?

medium p2p
rate-limit cpu direction both pps 2000 action log

From Cisco's documentation

medium p2p is useful to force the interface on p2p mode. protocols such as ISIS and OSPF can make use of that feature when configured on LAN interfaces.

the rate-limit cpu direction command adds the ability to rate-limit packets destined to the supervisor and log a message. Please note, packets won't be dropped. If you want packets to be dropped, you need to use the hardware rate-limit command.


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