[c-nsp] inconsistent TLB values

Sukumar Subburayan sukumars at cisco.com
Wed Oct 4 23:06:04 EDT 2006

Agreed. Particularly given that vlans are a limited resource and used by 
many other features (like internal vlans by routed ports, wan ports 
etc..) on the 65xx/76xx, it will be useful to freeup these vlans.

I believe that we have  an enhancement request filed in this area.

I will try to find that, and if there is none will get one opened.


On Wed, 4 Oct 2006, sthaug at nethelp.no wrote:

>> You might have wrong Translational Bridge (TB) default values for vlan
>> 1002.
>> can you pls get us the output of 'show vlan id 1002' and see if 'Trans1'
>> and 'Trans2' are non-zero. The default value on them should be 0, but in
>> some code it was set to '1' and '1003'. If it is not zero, we need to
>> change it to zero.
> Something I have wished for many times: A knob which made it possible
> to treat VLANs 1002 - 1005 like any other VLAN, with no translational
> bridge behavior.
> I consider the special treatment of VLANs 1002 - 1005 historical cruft
> at this point.
> Steinar Haug, Nethelp consulting, sthaug at nethelp.no

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