I have a question regarding Cisco 7600/6500 ( sup720 exactely) in MPLS.
I've read in documentation and also in some forum posts that "show mpls cef" is not MPLS aware command and should be used only for IP traffic. But still in some Cisco documents you can find that it is recommended on Cisco 7600/6500 for MPLS to use show mls cef instead of show ip cef (wether it is P or PE device in MPLS).
Does anyone know what is true?
Also when load balancing is involved in MPLS with Cisco 7600/6500 (sup720)
P=======PE (P and PE are 7600 and there are two paralle link with the same cost between them).
In documentation can be found that in MPLS, CEF is still in charge for load sharing (src-dst IP header based) except for hardware based platforms.
Since 7600 is hardware based platform does it have some other load sharing method or it is also CEF based?
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