New Tech Tip – Cisco Buffer Tuning

Terry Slattery
Principal Architect

There is a new tech tip posted in our Tech Tips section of the Resources section of our web site.  This tech tip is about Cisco Buffer Tuning.  For the most part, Cisco has done an excellent job at selecting defaults for buffer allocation and their algorithms do a good job for adding and removing buffers from the pools.

Each of the tech tips have a number assigned.  The numbers come from a spreadsheet that I use to track ideas for tech tips.  I periodically look through the list of tech tips, select another one and write about it.  As you can tell from the numbering, I have a pretty large list of tips.

I also include tech tips in copies of The Network Monitor, our quarterly newsletter. There are some good additional tech tips coming up in the near future, so look for them periodically.



Re-posted with Permission 

NetCraftsmen would like to acknowledge Infoblox for their permission to re-post this article which originally appeared in the Applied Infrastructure blog under


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