How are S-Series I/O features (Access vs Core) determined?

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In order for a chassis to have S150 (Core) features, all S-Series I/O modules must be of the S150 class (12341). As soon as a S130 class module is inserted, the entire chassis will revert to Access-level features. Any existing S150 feature configurations will remain and continue to function, however the system will log messages that it is incorrectly licensed. 

S150 features include Network Address Translation (NAT) and Load-Sharing Network Address Translation (LSNAT). 

Note: Prior to the expected release of S180 fabric modules and I/O modules, S140 I/O modules are supported only in the S3 Chassis (minimum firmware and may not be intermixed with S130 I/O modules.
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