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FAQ-What Is Next Hop Separation in the NE80E and NE5000E

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  27 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
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What is next hop separation in the NE80E and NE5000E? 
 
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For versions earlier than NE40E/80E V300R001B052 (excluding B052), the load of two routes is balanced between two outbound interfaces. Thus, four forwarding entries are generated. Change the outbound interfaces in a forwarding entry into pointers and put all interfaces in a table. This is called next hop separation. A forwarding entry may contain multiple outbound interface pointers.
Currently, only the TCAM table of the LPU implements the next hop separation.
Versions earlier than NE40E/80E V300R001B052/NE5000E V200R002B39L do not support next hop separation. 
 
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