Looking for some guidance on an issue we are having. I am trying to install TPVM on our 9540's in the field so I can perfrom TCP dumps for an issue we are having. We are seeing a whopping max speed of .5Mb on when doing a "get" via FTP to the SLX 9540. This is taking around 1 hour for the transfer to complete and I need to install this on 7-8 boxes. I found a related article on this exact issue and how to increase the qos cpu bandwidth allocation for different groups/priorities. See document below:
I did try and increase the Group 1/Priority 1 to 100000 or even 50000 however the change did not help the file transfer speed. I am assuming that the ftp protocol would be classified as group 1 and priority 1 but not sure. I've also attached output of the current qos bandwidth settings for each group/priority from my router. Hoping someone can help! Thanks!
yes, the eth0 as mgmt-vrf is not affected.The problem was/is the in-band access, e.g. default-vrf if you want to copy via a ve-interface or ethernet interface. My initial support request has the ID #02324875. I think Justin means something similar. Maybe Justin can comment on the copy-method again?