Even with fabric enable blades in the c6500, you are going to get massive
output buffer overflows. Market data has very uneven traffic patterns causing
microburst effects. What sup-engines/blades are on the boxes? What type of
multicast replication is being used (ingress/egress). QoS policies typically
make matters worse. What type of interfaces are on the 6500?
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> Subject: [c-nsp] huge amount of mcast traffic
> Dear experts,
> I’ve a multicast financial market connected to my infrastructure, I’ve
> informed that a new data multicast flow could reach up to 6 Gbs, so an
> amount of traffic needs to be replicated.
> Market is connected to an ASR 1001, than to a C6807-XL and customers
> connected to C6500.
> ASR1001 is running 15.3(3)S1 and currently has a license for 2.5Gbs (to
> C6807 has Supervisor Engine 2T 10GE and IOS 15.1(2)SY4
> C6500 has Supervisor Engine 720 10GE and IOS 12.2(33)SXI5
> I’d like to understand in your experience if the mentioned
> could suffer in performance or throughput or other, having to replicate
> mentioned amount of traffic.
> Thanks in advance for any feedback
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