Routed interfaces means SUBNET VLANs or SVI's. This command shows the RECOMMENDED(only) max number of routed interfaces for this platform according to the applied template. Actually, that purely depends on type and amount of traffic, like intervlan, bridged traffic etc. And, the resources they are taking about are of CPU and Memory. And coming your second question, "sh sdm prefer" command shows the maximum ACEs allowed for the applied template. It don't show about actual limit. For third question, no IS-IS support for 3550 at present. Cisco might be planned for next Cisco IOS releases.
In other words, if I have 40 routed interfaces with line speed traffic, then packets between 8 interfaces will be routed in hardware, the rest of traffic will be routed in software (via CPU)? Am I right?
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