Did Cisco implement the ISIS dynamic overload bit.
when i referred the below link http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk365/t ... 4bb1.shtml
under the section "Traditional use of overload bit" i found that they are using the overload bit in case of router runs out of system resources (memory or CPU).
But when i tried to test this feature on the CISCO box,
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L1 ------------------- L1L2 ---------------- L2
sending 31000 L1 routes to L1L2
overload bit is set in the L1L2 router in the case where L1 routes are leaked into L2 or L2 routes are leaked into L1 and this leaked routes require more than 256 LSP's.
So, I want to confirm if more than 256 LSP's is considered as the Router runs out of memory case and also can anyone tell me what will be the exact way to test the feature "Traditional use of overload bit".