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Cisco Nexus 2348UPQ support 100Mb Full duplex ?

 

Cisco Nexus 2348UPQ supports 100Mb Full duplex?

Because we have some old devices only support 100mb speed. 

 

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Yeshttp://www.cisco.com/c/en

Yes

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/switches/nexus-2000-series-fabric-extenders/datasheet-c78-731663.html

Cisco Nexus 2348UPQ

48 100M/1/10 Gigabit Ethernet and Unified Port host interfaces (SFP+) and up to 6 QSFP+ 10/40 Gigabit Ethernet fabric interfaces.

The Cisco Nexus 2348UPQ Fabric Extender (Figure 2) is a general-purpose unified port -capable 100 Megabit. 1/10 Gigabit Ethernet fabric extender for workloads such as large-volume databases, distributed storage, and video editing. The Cisco Nexus 2348UPQ supports 48 1/10G host unified ports as well up to 6*40Gb uplink ports towards the parent switch. The 40G uplinks support BiDi Optics for simple connectivity using your existing cable plan. The unified ports provide connectivity to 2-/4-/8-/16-Gbps fiber channel (24 ports for 16G) as well as 1/10 Gigabit Ethernet and FCoE connectivity options. The Nexus 2348UPQ has a deep 32-MB shared buffer that helps increase performance, and it supports FCoE and Data Center Bridging (DCB) network technologies that boost the reliability, efficiency, and scalability of Ethernet networks. These features allow support for multiple traffic classes over a lossless Ethernet fabric, enabling consolidation of LAN, storage area network (SAN), and cluster environments.

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Thanks for responding!

Thanks for responding!

 

However, there is a note like below.

Denotes hardware Capable. Software Support for the Feature planned for Future releases.

 

It indicated to me 100Mb is NOT supported at this moment. Correct?

And we can't tell when is the future releases supporting it.

Beginner

Re: You are absolutely right ? I

Has there been an update on the C2348UPQ supporting 100MBps Ethernet?

 

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