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Updated:September 28, 2017
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Cisco Nexus 3548 Switch Verified Scalability for NX-OS Releases
This document lists the Cisco verified limits for topologies that include Layer 2 and Layer 3 feature configurations.
In the following tables, the Verified Topology column lists the verified scaling capabilities with all listed features enabled at the same time. The numbers listed here exceed those used by most customers in their topologies. The scale numbers listed here are not the maximum verified values if each feature is viewed in isolation.
The Verified Maximum column lists the maximum scale capability tested for the corresponding feature individually. This number is the absolute maximum currently supported by the Cisco NX-OS Release software for the corresponding feature. If the hardware is capable of a higher scale, future software releases may increase this verified maximum limit.
If your scale requirements exceed either the Verified Topology or the Verified Maximum limit, please contact your Cisco representative. Based on your requirements, it may be possible to validate support for your requirement, as long as the scale capability of the hardware is not exceeded.