Note: 5100-5800 and 6500 appliances do not support 10 GbE and 40 GbE Acceleration Cards.
The following configurations will not benefit from the new Falcon Acceleration Card:
|PMTR-24413||PXE installation on a Host appliance is not supported through a Falcon Acceleration Card interface (because BIOS cannot contain the necessary driver for the Acceleration Card).|
|PMTR-5624||The LED on the Acceleration Card port does not reflect the speed of downstream link when the breakout cable is configured and used.|
|PMTR-14371||Gaia OS assigns names to the Acceleration Card ports in a non-sequential way (for example, eth2-01 and eth2-05 instead of eth2-01 and eth2-02).
|The Falcon Acceleration Cards Falcon-10G do not support the auto-negotiation of the link speed and duplex.
You can only configure link speeds 10 Gbps / Full Duplex or 1000 Mbps / Full Duplex.
|PMTR-26742||VRRP VMAC mode is not supported on the Falcon Acceleration Card interfaces.|
|PMTR-20257||In some scenarios, Security Gateway appliance with the installed Falcon Acceleration Card(s) may drop very large fragmented packets, whose size after their reassembly exceeds 15320 bytes.
|PMTR-972||In the output of 'ifconfig' and 'ipsctl' commands, certain hardware error counters for interface statistics can be incremented erroneously due to transceiver / link events on the Acceleration Card ports (such as taking an interface up/down, cable connect/disconnect, and line speed change).|
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