I’m looking for unidirectional scaling numbers for ASR1k.
Control plane scaling numbers (number of BGP sessions/VRFs/VRRPs/BFDs/RSVP-TE head-end/etc…) on RP2 and RP3 (both 8Gig).
Data plane scaling numbers (number of Policers/Queues/Routes(FIB)/etc…) on ESP200 I have found some scaling numbers online for the ESP200 as a whole, but I’d like to also get the per Yoda block (Flow Processor Engine & Traffic Manager) numbers if possible.
Are there any show commands I could use to get the at least data-plane numbers form the platform directly?
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