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  1. Thanks Rene,

    I have another question, in the above section where u have mention about ARP request construct, I think the behavior of switches are different

    The multilayer switch will check the routing table, notices that 192.168.20 /24 is directly connected and the following will happen:
    The destination MAC address changes from FFF (Multilayer switch Fa0/1 ) to BBB (ComputerB).
    The source MAC address changes from AAA (ComputerA) to GGG (Multilayer switch Fa0/2).===This seems to be Incorrect

    I LAB this up with 3 switches (all real hardware 3550/3560) [ c3560-ips

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  2. Hi Andrew!,

    Glad to see you around and yea! thanks for confirming my doubt.

    I have a few more doubts that i have no where to turn to and i hope you will enlightened me…

    My coreswitch has ip cef turn on my default.

    q1) I have been reading up abit on cisco about IP CEF and it seems like to enable/disable IP CEF, you have to do in at the ingress interface as the decision (e.g. load balance is done there). – is it right ?

    Assuming i have “no ip cef” and only wish to turn on ip cef on certain interfaces and ->
    q2) if i want to do to packet loadbalancing, should “ip

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    1. The ARP table is stored in RAM, and not in either CAM or TCAM

    2. Here is the Cisco definition of Epoch and how it is used:

    The term "epoch" refers to a period of time. A new epoch for a Cisco Express Forwarding table begins when a table rebuild is initiated. The time after this instant is in an epoch different from the time before, and the different epochs are numbered between 0 and 255. Through the use of epochs, the software can distinguish between old and new forwarding information in the same database structure and can retain the old Cisco Express Forwar
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  3. Hello Chandrakant.

    I believe you are correct. Actually, those two commands should be on for each of the R1 and R2 routers like so:

    R2(config)#ip route 3.3.3.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.23.3

    R1(config)#ip route 192.168.23.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.12.2

    I will let Rene know so it can be corrected.

    Thanks very much!

    Laz

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