In a couple episodes, one being Policy-Based Routing it stated that the amount of data being outputted from debug ip policy is so great that you would want to run it from the console and not from telnet or VTY, is there a reason for that?
I thought that when output was great, the VTY is where you would want ot run such commands.
From Ciscos site: Warning: Excessive debugs to the console port of a router can cause it to hang. This is because the router automatically prioritizes console output ahead of other router functions. Hence if the router is processing a large debug output to the console port, it may hang. Hence, if the debug output is excessive use the vty (telnet) ports or the log buffers to obtain your debugs. More information is provided below.