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What does no ip mroute-cache and no ip route-cache mean?

What does no ip mroute-cache and no ip route-cache mean?

No "ip mroute-cache" disables multicast fast switching or MDS. No "ip route-cache" starts process switching and each packet is checked for source and destination IP from the routing table. You get per packet load balancing if you have more than one path to the destination.
 

This was last published in August 2003

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