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How do I convert a layer 3 switch to a layer 2 switch? Can I just configure the layer 3 switch as if it were a layer 2 switch?
Hi guys, I have a cisco 3750 series L3 switch. It can currently handle 3GB of L2 traffic with no problem, but when faced with 40MB of L3 traffic, CPU utilization shot so high that I can't even telnet to the switch. Could anyone enlighten me please? Thanks in advance!!
Here is the network scenario: I have two T1's coming into our main building. One is a p2p T1 circuit to a remote office. The other is a basic T1 circuit for Internet connectivity. The far end of the p2p is in the 192.168.3.0 255.255.255.0 network. The local router is an Adtran with an IP of...