3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 14, 2010 4:46 PM by Andy McBride

    ip route-cache flow VS ip flow ingress

    andrew

      My understanding is that “ip route-cache flow” equals “ip flow ingress”.  The only difference is that “ip route-cache flow” applies to all sub-interfaces automatically, while “ip flow ingress” can be set on a per-sub-interface basis.  Is that correct?



      I noticed today that when entering the command “ip route-cache flow” on a Cisco router with 12.4(24)T1, that it automatically converted that command to “ip flow ingress”.  Does that mean that “ip flow ingress” is the preferred command to use assuming there are no sub-interfaces in newer IOSes?