[nsp] ip load-sharing per-packet - cef accelerated ?

Alex Rubenstein alex at nac.net
Mon Mar 10 19:14:53 EST 2003

> > 	A good reason they tend to avoid it is it causes
> > out of order packets which result in lower end-to-end throughput.
> We found the opposite. per-packet CEF on links where it is supported
> result in tremendous performance increase and smoother utilization of the
> links.

Probably because you (and like many others) have had it fortunate enough
that packets aren't going out of order.

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