A. A context can be thought of as a virtual router with interfaces in it.
B. There are connections between contexts.
C. A context, by itself, can be visualized as a virtual router without any connections to the external network.
D. Each context supports up to 1024 interfaces, which allows the binding of up to 1024 VLANs in a single context.
E. The system supports the configuration of single contexts only.
F. A maximum of 256 contexts can be configured per chassis.