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Whether NE40s and NE80s Support Packets-based Equal-Cost Route Load Balancing?

Publication Date:  2013-01-07 Views:  43 Downloads:  0
Issue Description

Whether NE40s and NE80s Support Packets-based Equal-Cost Route Load Balancing? This case applies to NE80s/40s and S8016s running versions of VRP3.10-2317 or later versions of VRP3.10.

Handling Process

By default, NE80s and NE40s implement equal-cost route load balancing using a hash algorithm with the source and destination IP addresses as the hash keys. This mode is flows-based load balancing. NE80s and NE40s running supports packets-based equal-cost route load balancing. In this mode, either all packets or a specific type of packets like TCP packets or UDP packets can be load balanced. To enable packets-based load balancing, run the hash-context next-hop packet {all|tcp|udp} command in the system view. In this command, all indicates that all packets are forwarded in per-packet load balancing mode. tcp indicates that TCP packets are forwarded in per-packet load balancing mode. udp indicates that UDP packets are forwarded in per-packet load balancing mode.

Root Cause

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Solution

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