NAM, NAM1, NAM2, NAM SoftAppliance, NAM WAAS Blade or NAM Appliances are hardware denominators. Each new hardware release brings new chipsets, designs and hardware capabilities to NAM.
But majorly, all features depends on the software version you are using, either NAM Software 4.x or 5.x.
As an example, it is like using a Windows Software on a old single processor or a new Quad-core processor, features may remain same. However, some of the selective features does depend on Hardware as well, but mostly the robust hardware adds performence.
The latest NAM3 has following architecture:
•Two high-performance CPUs with hardware-based packet acceleration offering greater than 10 Gigabit Ethernet monitoring performance, 24 GB RAM, 600 GB SATA hard disk drive, mini SAS, and 10 Gigabit Ethernet external storage interface, and 1 Gigabit Ethernet management interface
• 20 gigabit interface to backplane for Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN)/VLAN access control list (VACL) capture data sources, NetFlow, encapsulated remote SPAN (ERSPAN), Cisco WAAS, and Cisco Performance Agent (PA) data sources
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