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How many BGP peers does the 3548 switch support?

Is it possible to run more than 40 peers on a single switch? What is the limitation if not?

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 Hi , You can have 40 BGP

 

Hi ,

 You can have 40 BGP peers , IPV4 unicast routes handled by hardware is only 24000 .Enusre all your BGP peering routing updates is within this limits . 

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/switches/nexus-3548-switch/data_sheet_c78-707001.html

Table 7. Hardware Specifications Common to Both Switches

 

Mode

Normal Mode

Warp Mode

Hardware tables and scalability

Number of MAC addresses

64,000

8000

Number of IPv4 unicast routes

24,000

4000

Number of IPv4 hosts

64,000

8000

Number of IPv4 multicast routes

8000

8000

Number of VLANS

4096

Number of ACL entries

4096

Number of spanning-tree instances

Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP): 512

Multiple Spanning Tree (MST) Protocol: 64

Number of EtherChannels

24

Number of ports per EtherChannel

24

Buffer size

6 MB shared among 16 ports; 18 MB total

Boot flash memory

2 GB

 

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