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Overview of max rules Extreme Switching


Userlevel 1
Hi community,

are there any overviews available for all enterasys/extreme switches, especially with the max rules allowed (not policy-profiles!)

best regards,

Philipp

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Userlevel 6
Hi Philipp,

Regarding max rules supported for both EXOS and EOS, you can find those information in the Release Notes.

Please access the link below and look for EXOS / EOS:

http://www.extremenetworks.com/support/release-notes/
Userlevel 1
Hi Henrique,

Thanks for replying.
For EXOS i find what i looked for in this document http://documentation.extremenetworks.com/release_notes/ExtremeXOS/21.1.1-Patch1-5/EXOS_Release_Notes...

For EOS there is nothing like this, or at least i can't find it. In the release notes for S-Series there is nothing like how many L3/4 policies are supported or anything like this.

Thanks
Userlevel 6
Philipp Tittmann wrote:

Hi Henrique,

Thanks for replying.
For EXOS i find what i looked for in this document http://documentation.extremenetworks.com/release_notes/ExtremeXOS/21.1.1-Patch1-5/EXOS_Release_Notes...

For EOS there is nothing like this, or at least i can't find it. In the release notes for S-Series there is nothing like how many L3/4 policies are supported or anything like this.

Thanks

Hi Philipp, you can find ACL rules limits in S-Series Release Notes. If that's not the information you are looking for, could you please provide more details?

Thanks
Userlevel 4
Hello Philipp,

On the S-Series solution you may also issue the command "show limits" for a detailed description of the supported features and capacity limits available.

The firmware's release notes contain a table of system capacities. The release notes are available on the firmware tab on Extranet: https://extranet.extremenetworks.com/downloads/Pages/S.aspx

Answering your question the S-Series solution supports up to 57K rules per chassis.

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