Dell Command Line Reference Guide for the S4048–ON System



Allocate the number of flow processor (FP) blocks or entries for VLAN services and processes.

cam-acl-vlan { default | vlanopenflow <0-2> | vlaniscsi <0-2> | vlanaclopt <0-2>
Reset the number of FP blocks to default. By default, 0 groups are allocated for the ACL in VCAP. ACL VLAN groups or CAM optimization is not enabled by default, and you need to allocate the slices for CAM optimization.
vlanopenflow <0-2>

Allocate the number of FP blocks for VLAN open flow operations.

vlaniscsi <0-2>
Allocate the number of FP blocks for VLAN iSCSI counters.
vlanaclopt <0-2>
Allocate the number of FP blocks for the ACL VLAN optimization feature.
If you use the default keyword with the cam-acl-vlan command, the FP blocks allocated for VLAN processes are restored to their default values. No FP blocks or dynamic VLAN Content Aware Processor (VCAP) groups are allocated for VLAN operations by default.
Command Modes
Command History

This guide is platform-specific. For command information about other platforms, see the relevant Dell EMC Networking OS Command Line Reference Guide.

Introduced on the S4048-ON.
Introduced on the S3048-ON.
Introduced on the Z9500.
Introduced on the S4810 and Z9000 platforms.
Usage Information
The VLAN ContentAware Processor (VCAP) application is a pre-ingress CAP that modifies the VLAN settings before packets are forwarded. To support the ACL CAM optimization functionality, the CAM carving feature is enhanced. A total of four VACP groups are present, of which two are for fixed groups and the other two are for dynamic groups. Out of the total of two dynamic groups, you can allocate zero, one, or two flow processor (FP) blocks to iSCSI Counters, OpenFlow and ACL Optimization. You can configure only two of these features at a point in time.

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