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I need to know the sizing rules for the SD-WAN devices, I have a mix of ISR1100-4G and ISR1100-6G , so, what I need to check if they are suitable for my network setup, so I need to know the maximum V edges I can deploy, max BFD sessions, NAT ????
Hello, Throughput and max BFD tunnels are common factors for sizing. For ISR1100-4G and ISR1100-6G, you can expect around 120M and 300M IMIX throughput with services enabled. The max BFD sessions are 270 and 1500 for above model. There are other platform specific scale limits, such as NAT entry, route table size, DPI flow entry, etc. Unless you are doing large scale, normally those are not something you will need to be concerned about. In addition to the scale limit, to pick the right platform, you should also consider port count, media type, expected features, site future growth. HTH, Lei Tian
Thank you but data-sheet is not include all sizing parameters like MAX BFD sessions, NAT, and others ,do we have a simple way to do the sizing , we have 40 sites to add in the coming months and I don't know if we are selecting the correct hardware
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