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    C9200 Vs C9300 - Segmentation

    My question is about Segmentation and find a Sharp Answer :
    Virtual Networks and S G T s
    across access switches 9200 & 9300
    and how to push the customer to buy 9300 instead of 9200 which include more V N s

     

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    Re: C9200 Vs C9300 - Segmentation

    IMO it really depends on how you plan to accomplish breaking your networks/groups up. Something to consider, are you going to rely on a ton of VNs with less SGTs (more route leaking) OR less VNs with more SGTs (more CTS enforcement) for segmentation? Lastly, AFAIK some of the 9200 platforms running as edge nodes do not support wireless onboarding. Take a peek at this at it may help you identify some points to convince them your way: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/enterprise-networks/software-defined-access/compatibility-matrix.html
    HTH!
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    Beginner

    Re: C9200 Vs C9300 - Segmentation

    Thank You for the Effort
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    Re: C9200 Vs C9300 - Segmentation

    Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series of enterprise-class access switches extend the power of intent-based networking and Catalyst 9000 hardware and software innovation to a broader set of deployments. These switches also support full IEEE 802.3at PoE+, Cisco UPOE, modular and field-replaceable network modules, redundant fans, and power supplies. In addition, Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series models support a variety of uplink modules for both copper and fiber uplink support. These models add even more flexibility to the interface choices that you can make in a single Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series switch or in a stack of Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series switches.

    Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series switches are the next generation of enterprise-class stackable access-layer switches that are part of the Cisco Catalyst 9000 switching family. These switches provide unparalleled investment protection with a centralized switching architecture that is capable of supporting up to 9 Tbps system bandwidth and unmatched perpetual PoE power delivery. The family of switches delivers state-of-the-art high availability with capabilities such as NSF/SSO, In-Service Software Upgrade (ISSU), uplink resiliency, and N + 1/N + N redundancy with modular power supplies.

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    Re: C9200 Vs C9300 - Segmentation

    Perhaps engage your Cisco presales team for help too please. C9200 and C9300 will be supporting some additional scenarios in future, which the sales team should be able to share. Best regards, Jerome

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