I found quite a bit of helpful documentation on creating a CoPP policy for our ASR 1000 series BGP routers. But there are a few questions not answered.
First is how you tune the policing rules to fit different router size and bandwidth constraints.
Second, there is almost no documentation on implementing IPv6 CoPP. The assumption is that it would echo the IPv4 policy. So I started created IPv6 access-lists of similar type, changed the existing class-maps from "match-all" to "match-any,"and then tried to duplicate the object-groups. That's when I discovered problem #3. There's no IPv6 capability in the object-group command on the ASR routers running 16.3.5. As a result, the ACLs from about six lines each to 50!
the scenario is :I'm replacing core Cisco switch 4506-E with switch 4507R-E. As I have one supervisor card on 4506-E and I'm going to take out all the card that I have in 4506-E and install it in the new 4507R-E. On the 4507R-E I have 2 slots for the supe...
Since its release in August of 2019, the SASE report released by Gartner has generated a lot of chatter regarding what SASE is all about. People are wondering whether it will be disruptive to the current network and network security designs and are curiou...
I tried to setup a virtual environment with 2960 switches and 2911 Router. In one part of the network where I connected PCs directly to the 2911 Router, I was able to communicate to the attached devices, having configured static route. In the th...
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