Re: ip cef distibuted?

From: Simon Leinen (simon@limmat.switch.ch)
Date: Wed Sep 27 2000 - 08:01:54 PDT

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    >>>>> "js" == Jesper Skriver <jesper@skriver.dk> writes:
    >> interface Serial1/0/0
    >> ...
    >> ip route-cache flow
    >> ip route-cache distributed
    >> no ip route-cache cef
    >> ...
    >> !
    >>
    >> Should cef be enabled on the interface or not? Is this the
    >> proper way to configure version 5 netflow data when using
    >> dCEF?

    > If you want CEF, you should enable it on the interface.

    Exactly;

        ip cef distributed
        interface ...
         ip route-cache flow
         ip route-cache distributed
        ...

    will give you dCEF and Distributed NetFlow, which is usually what you
    want. NetFlow basically only does accounting, while dCEF is used as
    the forwarding ("route-cache") mechanism.

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