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Peter_F1
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What are the criteria for small/medium/large/extra-large networks in Ionix?

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In a number of places the Ionix documentation for SAM and IP-AM mention small, medium, large and extra-large networks; but there are no numbers that define the network size. Are these defined anywhere? Are there any guideline values?

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bkuhhirte
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Re: What are the criteria for small/medium/large/extra-large networks in Ionix?

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There are maximum sizes defined in the IP Deployment Guide and are generally measured in terms of managed Ports and Interfaces.  The large size is within 25% of the maximum.  Medium is ~50% of the maximum and Small is 25% or less.

There is a spreadsheet that your helpful TC has access to that will provide a lot more meat on the bones of those scalability numbers. 

Regards,

Bill

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bkuhhirte
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Re: What are the criteria for small/medium/large/extra-large networks in Ionix?

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There are maximum sizes defined in the IP Deployment Guide and are generally measured in terms of managed Ports and Interfaces.  The large size is within 25% of the maximum.  Medium is ~50% of the maximum and Small is 25% or less.

There is a spreadsheet that your helpful TC has access to that will provide a lot more meat on the bones of those scalability numbers. 

Regards,

Bill

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Baadsgaard
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Re: What are the criteria for small/medium/large/extra-large networks in Ionix?

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Hello Peter,

I reviewed this post and it appears that your question has been answered by Bill.  Could you confirm if your question was answered?  If yes, could you change the status of your question from Not Answered to Answered?  If no, could you let me know if you have any follow up questions?

Regards,

Joseph

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