Nexus N9K-C9336C-FX2 and internet-peering template
Can anyone offer any clarification on the use of "system routing template-internet-peering" on a Nexus N9K-C9336C-FX2.
When this is configured, the following message is generated:
switch(config)# system routing template-internet-peering Warning: The command will take effect after next reload.Multicast is not supported in this profile Increase the LPM scale by resetting multicast LPM max-scale to 0 using below CLI hardware profile multicast max-limit lpm-entries 0 Note: This requires copy running-config to startup-config before switch reload.
When running the above command, does that automatically increase the memory available for unicast routes, or does the number of unicast ipv4 routes need to be adjusted under the vdc configuration too ("limit-resource u4route-mem minimum 248 maximum 248")?
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