I think currently Cisco's major SR supported product is IOS-XR right?
Because there is a lot of configuration examples easy to understand and some dCloud scenario which normally IOS-XR configuration and operation.
However in my understanding, other products such as ASR1K IOS-XE and Nexus3K/9K NX-OS also support but it is pretty difficult to confirm the feature difference. I appreciate if there is any pros and cons on the following products.
generally speaking, SR core technology is supported on all the aforementioned platforms along with SR-TE functionality. Being used mostly in SP underlay, a solid set of sub-features was destined to XR. This doesn't translate in lack of supported features for other platforms though. There are some minor differences of course, but i would not personally think about those in terms of pros and cons.
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