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FAQ-Which Boards of the NE40E 80E 5000E Support Configurations of Multiple Redirection Outbound Interfaces and Next Hops for These Interfaces

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  34 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
 Q:
Which boards of the NE40E/80E/5000E support configurations of multiple redirection outbound interfaces and next hops for these interfaces? 

 
Alarm Information
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Handling Process
 A:
The boards that use SD588 chips support redirection to multiple next hops; the boards that use chips of the 2800 model do not support redirection to multiple next hops.
LPU Type Description
LPUA Uses a chip of the 2800 model.
LPUX Is compatible with certain LPUs with Rainier chips of the NE80/40.
LPUB Uses a chip of the 588 model.
LPUG Uses a chip of the 2805 model and is an updated version of the LPUA.
LPUH Uses a chip of the 2805 model and is an updated version of the LPUA.
LPUD Uses a Rainier network processor and a CPU of the 7447 model.
LPUF-10 Is a flexible plug-in LPU; uses two chips of the 2805 model and one SD587v5 chip.
LPUF-20 Uses a chip of the 588 model.
LPUC Uses two chips of the 588 model.
LPUB Uses a chip of the 588 model.
LPUE Uses two chips of the 588 model.
LPUI Uses a chip of the 588 model. 

 
Root Cause
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Suggestions
 All the boards of the NE40E/80E/5000E support redirection to multiple next hops, except the LPUA, LPUD, LPUF, LPUF-10, LPUG, and LPUH. 

 

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