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    Range Vector Hardware Classifiers and Interface Attachment Resources

    Range vector classifiers, which include all software classifiers and FPGA-based hardware classifiers, consume one interface attachment resource for every 32 classifier entries in a policy.

    The following examples illustrate how JunosE Software allocates interface attachment resources. These examples apply to software and FPGA-based hardware policies:

    • A policy with 0 classifier entries consumes 1 interface attachment resource.
    • A policy with 1–32 classifier entries consumes 1 interface attachment resource.
    • A policy with 33–64 classifier entries consumes 2 interface attachment resources.
    • A policy with 65–96 classifier entries consumes 3 interface attachment resources.
    • A policy with 487–512 classifier entries consumes 16 interface attachment resources.

    Published: 2014-08-14