ip route-cache — interface
ip route-cache [cbus] [flow] [same-interface] [cef] [distributed] no ip route-cache
The route cache for an interface
Enabled for most interfaces
A route cache stores a route in a temporary table for the duration of a network session. When the session is completed or the session times out, the routing entry is removed from the route cache. The
no form of this command disables the route cache, which causes the router to look up the route for each packet of the network session. In some applications, this can be the desired behavior; see Chapter 8.
Optional. Enables fast switching and autonomous switching.
Optional. Enables the Route Switch Processor to perform flow switching.
Optional. Enables fast switching packets back out the interface on which they arrived.
Optional. Enables Cisco Express Forwarding on an interface after it has been disabled globally.
Optional. Enables VIP distributed switching.
The route cache can be disabled with the
no form of this command.
interface serial 0 no ip route-cache