Max allowed additional IP addresses on a layer3 interface

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Max allowed additional IP addresses on a layer3 interface

L1 Bithead
From what I researched the below is the only guidance I could find on the max number of IPs I can put on a layer3 interface. Does anyone know where I can find the specific information per model?
 
"You can enter multiple IP addresses for the interface. The forwarding information base (FIB) your system uses determines the maximum number of IP addresses.
Delete an IP address when you no longer need it."
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Hi @ChanceMaggard ,

 

"PAN-OS firewall models support a maximum of 16,000 IP addresses assigned to physical or virtual Layer 3 interfaces; this maximum includes both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses."

 

L3 Interfaces 

 

NGFW 

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Hi @ChanceMaggard ,

 

"PAN-OS firewall models support a maximum of 16,000 IP addresses assigned to physical or virtual Layer 3 interfaces; this maximum includes both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses."

 

L3 Interfaces 

 

NGFW 

LIVEcommunity team member
Stay Secure,
Jay
Don't forget to Like items if a post is helpful to you!

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