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what is NSPA, when referring to 6400 cat?

cjc0953
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what is NSPA, when referring to 6400 cat?

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donewald
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In 6400's there are NSP's (Network Switch Processors) and NRP's (Network Route Processors). There can be redundant NRP's and NSP's. NSPA refers to primary/active NSP and NSPB refers to backup NSP.

Hope that helps.,

Don

thanx don, I am familiar w/ nrp & nsp, however when I heard a colleague refer to an nspa way out of context it seamed he couldn't possibly be referring to a the same device. Apparently I was mistaken.

Thanks again,

C. Compton CCNP, CCNA, CSS1

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