M5300-52G3 184.108.40.206 firmware - SDM Question
I'm in the process of upgrading all my switches and questions for some models.
I did read this on 220.127.116.11 :
SDM changes on M5300: Maximum number of allowed VLANs changed from 4K to 1K in the default SDM (dual-ipv4-and-ipv6 data-center-enterprise) mode. If M5300 with 10.0.0 firmware has more than 1K VLAN, update from 10.0 to 11.0 removes all configured VLANs. Workaround: Manually reconfigure VLANs after the update. The 4K VLAN is retained in SDM “Dual-ipv4-and-ipv6 enterprise” mode and “Ipv4-routing enterprise” mode. When using the SDM with multicast, the following features are not supported. Workaround: Use other SDM template. IP Source Guard DHCP Snooping Dynamic ARP Inspection
But I dont have the same SDM names in my switch, so I simply wanna be sure that the one I use is safe 🙂
Mine is currently IPV4 without Multicast, so I'm safe with the multicast part.
Also : The 1K vlan limit, does it means :
-the vlan list goes from 1 to 1024
-you can have 1024 vlans maximums (eeven with vlan id > 1024)
Thank you for your answer,
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Re: M5300-52G3 18.104.22.168 firmware - SDM Question
Seems image is broken :
SDM list is :
|IPv4 Data Center Plus with IP Multicast Support|
|IPv4 Data Center Plus without IP Multicast Support|
|Dual IPv4 and IPv6 Data Center with IP Multicast Support|
|Dual IPv4 and IPv6 Data Center without IP Multicast Support|