can anyone give me a template for limiting the broadcast storm. Thanks in advance
There are two different methods that can be used to limit broadcast traffic on an Aruba switch.
The first is to directly set a broadcast limit on one or more interfaces, using the following command as an example:
switch(config)# interface 1-24 broadcast-limit 10
This command sets a broadcast limit of 10% of link speed on ports 1 through 24. This broadcast limit can be configured to a value between 0 and 99 percent of the current link speed for each port.
The second method is to use Control Plane Policing (CoPP), which can be configured at a global level to drop packets of a specific type or protocol when they exceed a specified rate. Use this command as an example:
switch(config)# copp traffic-class broadcast limit 128
This command enables CoPP for broadcast traffic, and sets a limit of 128 packets per second. Any broadcast traffic in excess of this configured rate limit will be dropped. For broadcast traffic, CoPP can be configured with a rate limit between 8 and 512 packets per second.
CoPP is supported on the 2930F, 2930M, 3810M, and 5400R series switches.
Great, thanks for the detailed explanation..
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