Can the x450-g2-24t-10ge4 support up to 24k ipv routes ? Can this sw support up to 2k hosts ipv4 ?

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Can the x450-g2-24t-10ge4 support up to 24k ipv routes ? Can this sw support up to 2k hosts ipv4 ?
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X450-G2 specifications:
• Less than 4 microsecond latency (64-byte)
Layer 2/MAC Addresses: 68K
IPv4 LPM Entries: 16K
IPv6 LPM (64-bit) Entries: 8K
• IPv6 LPM (128-bit) Entries: 256
• 4094 VLAN/VMANs
• 9216 Byte Max Packet Size (Jumbo Frame)
• 128 load sharing trunks, up to 32 members per trunk
• 1,024 ingress bandwidth meters
• Ingress and egress bandwidth policing/rate limiting
per flow/ACL
• 8 QoS egress queues/port
• Egress bandwidth rate shaping per egress queue and
per port
• Rate Limiting Granularity: 8 Kbps
• All ports Full Duplex - half duplex operation is not
supported
• Policy Capabilities
• Policy Profiles: 63
• Rules per Profile: Up to 1464
• Authenticated Policy Users per Switch: Up to 6,144
• Authenticated Policy Users per Port: Up to 6,144
• Unique Permit/Deny Rules per switch: 1464
• MAC Rules: 512
• IPv4 Rules: 1280
• IPv6 Rules: 256
• L2 Rules: 184
• Rate Limiting: Per Class of Service

I think it can handle 2k hosts because the MAC and IPv4 maxi entries overpass that number
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You can find the limits in the Release Notes of the EXOS version you're using.
IPv4 ARP entries in HW with minimum LPM routes: up to 39,000
IPv4 ARP entries in HW with maximum LPM routes: up to 29,000