• Author : Sean Waclawik


Support for Greater Than 29 Unique ACLs per Chip with Configurable TCAM Qualifier Sizing

Description Configurable port qualifier sizing allows for dynamic resizing of the hardware TCAM feature qualifier for IPKGV allowing for unique ACL labels beyond 29. 29 is the maximum of the old 5 bit static qualifier which allows for 2^5 or 32 unique identifiers. After accounting for the CPU and drop port numbers the labels 1-29 are available for use and 0 is reserved to indicate not configured. Dynamic qualifier sizing allows for more (or less) bits to be used by a feature’s qualifier. This is done by setting the number of bits that can be used by the qualifier field....
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