Maximum number of mac-addresses supported in metro ethernet platforms
Is there a default maximum number of mac-addresess supported by the various platforms of Typical Metroethernet Switches..? 7609, 6500, 4503, 3750, 3550 & 3400. In such a case, may this number be increased by applying the sdm prefer command..? Does anybody of you know a document that explains this ?
The above 2 links give more detail on how the different templates affect the routing/switching/acl tables.
The command is available on 3700 and 3500 series where they share the same TCAM divided for L2/L3/ACL etc.
Higher end devices like 6500/7600 already have seperate TCAMs for L2/L3/ACL/Netflow etc. So the command and its use is not applicable here. There are enough resources available in these devices (which would explain their high costs).
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