This Cisco page states that the ME3800 have a max limit of 100 BGP sessions irrelevant of license:
What does that mean exactly?
Does it mean 100 BGP sessions can be active in any one given address family, or across all address-families?
Does it mean that more than 100 can be defined in the case of inactive neighbors but only 100 established neighbors are allowed?
Or something else?
Thank you very much.
I believe it's across address-families and neighbours configured. Better to raise a request for Cisco explain it and share here after it :)
It feels strange to see my own question copied more or less word for word :)
Cisco have confirmed to me there is no limit in the number of sessions you can configure, its just a recommendation. The license or code won't stop you from configuring more than 100 BGP sessions (as by my count we do have more than 100 configured but not active), its the max they recommend with the amount of CPU and RAM in these switches.