...and keep in mind that symmetric traffic on 10M half-duplex link
can rarely exceed 2M in each direction (due to collisions on link)
Vasily (Basil) V. Dolmatov CCIE #5347
Demos-Internet Ltd. http://www.demos-internet.ru
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Blaz Zupan [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2002 15:43
> To: Birsen Ozturk
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [nsp] 10Mb eth question
> > I have a Cisco2500 ethernet connected to a switch. The 2500 is
> supposed to
> > route back the traffic comming from Eth0 back to Eth0 if the
> destination of
> > the traffic is another router connected to another port of the
> same switch.
> > Will my 2500 do that(the Eth0 is 10Mb and half-duplex so I
> cannot make it
> > trunk). i.e. can I make something similar to
> "router-on-a-stick" topology
> > without VLANs on 10Mb half-duplex port?
> You can certainly do it, but performance will not be that good.
> You can use
> secondary addresses on the ethernet port (ip address x.x.x
> secondary). Make
> sure you turn on "ip route-cache same-interface", otherwise this
> traffic will
> be process switched, which will drive the poor 2500's CPU crazy.
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