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Does multiple ports on the same VLAN on an MX250 cause serious performance hit like with Ubiquiti?

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Does multiple ports on the same VLAN on an MX250 cause serious performance hit like with Ubiquiti?

Currently we have VLAN 100 going to port 3 and VLAN 200 going to port 4. I'm thinking about adding some more ports to VLAN 100 on the MX. I know with Ubiquiti routers, there's a huge performance hit when multiple ports are set to the same VLAN. Does multiple ports on the same VLAN on an MX250 cause serious performance hit like with Ubiquiti?

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Re: Does multiple ports on the same VLAN on an MX250 cause serious performance hit like with Ubiquit

It causes no performance impact.

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