Looking for a way to identify traffic reaching the deny ip any any of the policy-map contyrol-plane policing feature.
When implementing Control-Plane policing, as the traffic reaches the router (Control-Plane) the applied acl either permits the traffic or filters the traffic down through the applied acl until it reaches the deny ip any any line. All traffic that reaches the deny IP any any is passed onto the next level of classification. I tried to add the "log" to the end of the deny IP any any to identify the traffic but turns out the "log" keyword is not permitted in the service policy acl.
Does anyone know how to identify traffic within the policy-map Control-plane policing?
class-map match-any COPP_4
match access-group name IMPORTANT
police 256000 4000 conform-action trasnmit exceed-action drop
We have many Nexus 3064 switches that have high CPU utilization. The graph minute and hourly graphs show it. We are on version 6.0(2)U6(6). What can be the root cause and how do I fix it? # sh proc cpu s | ex 0.0Please note tha...
Hi Freinds lets Consider the sd-wan controller will be deployed on-premise , with 2 x Transport ( MPLS and INET) each cEdge sits behind ASA , Cisco ASA perform 1 to 1 static NATING for the cEdge in order to provide Reachibility over INET vB...
Cisco helps build IT agility and business resiliency by introducing new technology innovations that help
Respond and adapt to disruptions
Accelerate your digital journey and cloud adoption
Transform your operating model with insights and automatio...
Oct 20, 2020 is an inspirational date for many of us in networking industry to be proud of. It is the birthday of Cisco Catalyst 8500 Series Edge Platforms – one of the most powerful purpose-built SD-WAN Edge platforms ever, making up to 60Gbps throughput...
Hi, Hope this can help someone. To connect local network storage, mine is DS1817+. Create port forward and connect thru internet.Do reply here if you have better or easier configuration! =D Configuration on Cisco Router:ip nat inside source stat...