Cisco AVC Solution Guide for IOS XE Release 3.9
Appendix - AVC Supported Platforms and Interfaces
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AVC Supported Platforms and Interfaces

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AVC Supported Platforms and Interfaces

AVC Supported Platforms

AVC Supported Interfaces


AVC Supported Platforms and Interfaces


Revised: April 14, 2013, OL-29170-02

This chapter addresses the following topics:

AVC Supported Platforms

AVC Supported Interfaces

AVC Supported Platforms

Cisco AVC is supported on the following platforms:

Cisco ASR1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers

Cisco CSR 1000V Cloud Services Routers

AVC Supported Interfaces

Table A-1 describes the interfaces that Cisco AVC supports in the current release.

Table A-1 AVC supported interfaces

Interface
Visibility
QoS
Notes

Ether/Port Channel

Yes

No

 

Gig

Yes

Yes

 

GRE
mGRE1

Yes

Yes

Tunnels are supported only on terminating devices.

QoS only supports output direction.

mGRE is not supported with IPv6.

IPSEC2
DMVPN3

Yes

Yes

Tunnels are supported only on terminating devices.

QoS only supports output direction.

Pure IPv6 is not supported with these tunnels.

IPv6

Yes

Yes

 

MLFR4

Yes

Yes

 

MLPPP5

Yes

Yes

 

Pass Through Tunneled IPv6

No

Yes

 

POS6 /ATM7

Yes

Yes

 

PPP8

No

Yes

Tunnels are supported only on terminating devices.

Sub Interface

Yes

Yes

 

VASI9

Yes

Yes

 

VRF10

VLAN11

Yes

Yes

 

1 GRE = Generic Routing Encapsulation, mGRE = Multipoint Generic Routing Encapsulation

2 IPSEC = IP Security

3 DMVPN = Dynamic Multipoint Virtual Private Network

4 MLFR = Multilink Frame Relay

5 MLPPP = Multilink PPP (also referred to as MP, MPPP, and MLP)

6 POS = Packet over SONET (SONET = Synchronous Optical Network)

7 ATM = Asynchronous Transfer Mode

8 PPP = Point-to-Point Protocol

9 VASI = VRF-Aware Service Infrastructure

10 VRF = Virtual Routing and Forwarding

11 VLAN = Virtual LAN