I concur there is no practical size and that environment can vary widely from install to install. We are trying to determine if an application we are generating, feeding an ACL with dynamic information, will be impractical for a given series of router.
My question relates to the following scenario:
Large ACL in place (example 500 lines). Would this be impractical for the CPU of a smaller-family router (800 series, 1600/1700 series) to handle?
Second example, 1500 lines would this be impractial for the CPU of a 2x00 series? 3x00 series?
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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looking for early feedback from customers befor...
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