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    Limiting TCP Resequence Buffers per Connection

    You can limit the number of outstanding buffers on existing or newly established connections using the tcp resequence-buffers connection-maximum command and tcp resequence-buffers default-connection-maximum commands.

    To define the maximum number of buffers that connections on the current or specified virtual router can use:

    • Issue the tcp resequence-buffers connection-maximum command in Global Configuration mode.
      host1(config)#tcp resequence-buffers connection-maximum 50

      You can specify a value of zero (0) to turn off the connection maximum. You can use the no version to revert the connection maximum value to its default, 10 buffers.

    To specify the default buffer limit assigned to all TCP connections on a virtual router unless a specific limit is set for the virtual router in which the connection is established.

    • Issue the tcp resequence-buffers default-connection-maximum command in Global Configuration mode.
      host1(config)#tcp resequence-buffers default-connection-maximum 100

      You can specify a value of zero (0) to turn off the connection maximum. You can use the no version to revert the connection maximum value to its default, 10 buffers.

    Published: 2014-08-13