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Re: TCP session disconnection caused by Code Red?
On Mon, 6 Aug 2001, mike harrison wrote: > > > Hmmm, a 7206 should surely be able to handle more than 600 packets per second > > or am I wrong here? Our upstream E3 is currently used a maximum of 15Mbps and > > It's not the packets per second that seems to kill them, its > the amount of arp cache and sessions (figure 600 packets per second, > each packet to a different host...Thats a lot of sessions in 5 minutes) Curious, in that case consider null routing unused blocks, perhaps take the opportunity to improve on subnet and vlan distribution to help the null routing. Steve