1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 25, 2010 7:07 PM by Donald_Francis

    to many vlan flows.

    Dc2a

      I am just now trying to wrap my head around NTA. It appears we are getting flows from almost all our vlans. This seems like ALOT of flows.  After watching the NTP 1 video they said pick most expensive links, internet connections at 1st. Start small and work your way up. So should i turn off the flows on all the vlans and hit better interfaces or is the setup with all the vlans proper? 

        • Re: to many vlan flows.
          Donald_Francis

          Typically you use it on you WAN interfaces.  I think putting it on a switch where you have bandwidth on tap does not buy anything unless you doing it for security.  On top of that creating the amount of flows that can fly through a switch is very exspensive resource wise and can cause problems.