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ACL resources problem on 5900CP

criecm
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ACL resources problem on 5900CP

Hi all,

On a 5900CP-48XG-4QSFP+, rel 2422P01

trying to add ACL's on vlan2 outbound, I've qot this message:

Failed to apply or refresh ACL MGMT rule 240 to the outbound direction of interface Vlan-interface2. The resources are insufficient.

The failing line here is

rule 240 permit udp source 1.2.3.4 0 source-port eq dns

If I 'undo' acl's elsewhere, it will let me put this one, same if I 'undo packet-filter ...' on another interface, it looks like a real resources problem…

Once here, it also fails to apply an ACL on another vlan, even as simple as 'rule permit ip'.

The result of 'display qos-acl resources' is:

Interfaces: XGE1/0/1 to XGE1/0/48, FGE1/0/49 to FGE1/0/52
---------------------------------------------------------------------
 Type             Total      Reserved   Configured Remaining  Usage
---------------------------------------------------------------------
 VFP ACL          1024       512        0          512        50%
 IFP ACL          2048       768        11         1269       38%
 IFP Meter        1024       384        0          640        37%
 IFP Counter      1024       384        0          640        37%
 EFP ACL          1024       0          265        759        25%
 EFP Meter        512        0          0          512        0%
 EFP Counter      512        0          11         501        2%

Interfaces: XGE2/0/1 to XGE2/0/48, FGE2/0/49 to FGE2/0/52
---------------------------------------------------------------------
 Type             Total      Reserved   Configured Remaining  Usage
---------------------------------------------------------------------
 VFP ACL          1024       512        0          512        50%
 IFP ACL          2048       768        11         1269       38%
 IFP Meter        1024       384        0          640        37%
 IFP Counter      1024       384        0          640        37%
 EFP ACL          1024       0          265        759        25%
 EFP Meter        512        0          0          512        0%
 EFP Counter      512        0          11         501        2%

I should have some free resources (759 outbound ACL's remaining if I read well…)

How should I interpret this ?

2 REPLIES
criecm
Visitor

Re: ACL resources problem on 5900CP

Now trying downgrade to r2311P06…

Interfaces: XGE1/0/1 to XGE1/0/48, FGE1/0/49 to FGE1/0/52
---------------------------------------------------------------------
 Type             Total      Reserved   Configured Remaining  Usage
---------------------------------------------------------------------
 VFP ACL          1024       256        3          765        25%
 IFP ACL          2048       768        18         1262       38%
 IFP Meter        1024       384        0          640        37%
 IFP Counter      1024       384        0          640        37%
 EFP ACL          1024       0          265        759        25%
 EFP Meter        512        0          0          512        0%
 EFP Counter      512        0          13         499        2%

Interfaces: XGE2/0/1 to XGE2/0/48, FGE2/0/49 to FGE2/0/52
---------------------------------------------------------------------
 Type             Total      Reserved   Configured Remaining  Usage
---------------------------------------------------------------------
 VFP ACL          1024       256        3          765        25%
 IFP ACL          2048       768        18         1262       38%
 IFP Meter        1024       384        0          640        37%
 IFP Counter      1024       384        0          640        37%
 EFP ACL          1024       0          265        759        25%
 EFP Meter        512        0          0          512        0%
 EFP Counter      512        0          13         499        2%

Unable to use more than 265 acl's :(

criecm
Visitor

Re: ACL resources problem on 5900CP

Just tofollowup this, support told me that "will be fixed in  Feature software version F2431 or later".