Type clear l2stats, then show l2stats.
From the output of show l2stats (see example below, highlighted), determine which VLANs have a large number or packets going to the CPU. These are the VLANs to run ELRP on.
X460-48x.1 # show l2stats
Bridge interface on VLAN Default:
Total number of packets to CPU = 3097185.
Total number of packets learned = 0.
Total number of MPLS PW packets examined = 0.
Total number of MPLS PW packets learned = 0.
Total number of IGMP control packets snooped = 0.
Total number of IGMP data packets switched = 0.
Total number of MLD control packets snooped = 0.
Total number of MLD data packets switched = 0.
Type enable elrp-client
Type configure elrp-client one-shot <vlan_name> ports all print-and-log
- Enables the Extreme Loop Recovery Protocol (ELRP) client (standalone ELRP) globally.
- Starts one-time, non-periodic ELRP packet transmission on the specified ports of the VLAN.