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ISR G2 ACL support

Can anyone tell me how many ACLs are supported on the ISR G2 platform? I spent a decent amount of time looking through data sheets, licensing documents, white papers, and configuration guides and I was hoping to find documentation that outlines how many ACL entries each series of ISR G2 supports.

Your help is appreciated!

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ISR G2 ACL support

I think that number depends on many factors, memory for example..

The rule is:

One ACL per protocol

One ACL per interface

One ACL per direction(in or out)

For example on one router with 3 interfaces with 2 protocols running you can have 12 ACLs applied

Hope this helps

Eugen

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Re: ISR G2 ACL support

I understand that. That's not really what I am looking for.  For example, an ASR with an ESP-20 supports up to 16,000 unique ACLs, I know that the Sup2T on the 6500 supports a max of 64K ACLs.  I was hoping for a more specific number that would outline the maximum supported ACLs for the ISR G2s.

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ISR G2 ACL support

Do you have access to the router?

Maybe you can check the memory allocated to process and get a rough ideea

I had a look at 3725 with 12.4 and had allocated to Extended (i didnt see a entry for standard, i guess is part of same process) ACLs process the value of 65355 bytes (close to 64kb). show memory allocation-process totals could help you.

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