This means that no new IOS will be released by Cisco for your system.
It might be a SW bug, but also the fact that you are pushing the box over its own limits as now the full internet table is in excess of 370,000 routes and you receive two full tables from two different neighbors.
I may be wrong but the CEF table limit in your system may be very close (I couldnìt find the sup2 datasheet on CCO)
I had issues with C6500 and Sup720 3BXL when a linecard was changed and it was installed with a wrong non XL DFC daughter card. The linecard was not able to store more then 256k routes and so it has fallen back to process switching for many routes. Device cpu started to be very high.
I think you should consider an HW upgrade in the mid term. In the short term you can try to download last SW for your HW that should be something like 12.1. (26)E but I'm not sure it is still available on CCO
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Thank you for the information. I'll dig into the cef limits. The device is currently not taking in full routes due to the issue we ran into. If I figure it's too much for the device I'll keep the minimal routes or seek a separate router based device to manage the bgp. Thanks again.
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