Does someone know how the routing capabilities on the Sup6T relates to the routing capabilities on a ASR 100x-X router
For instance I would like to compare Sup6T with AS1001-X with ethernet ports. Things like:
Size of the routing table ?
# of routing sessions ?
# mGRE tunnels ?
# VRF instances ?
Not sure if you will get those exact details in the docs but have a look at these data sheets you may find more online but these generally contain what the device can do
In general, beyond what Mark posted, the ASR will have more features than a sup6T. Some resource limits on the ASR may be larger than the sup6T as the former doesn't rely on special hardware as much as does the latter. Resources for the sup6T will also depend on which variant you dealing with, i.e. the base or XL versions.
The sup6T has a much, much (much) higher bandwidth and forwarding capacity vs. an ASR1001-X.