Hello All, Assembling a large SD-A design for one of our customers, and we have devised several topology models to categorize each of their sites against from a design perspective. We allocate Catalyst 9300 and 9300L's as Edge nodes, depending on the size of the site. In presenting these topology models, one of the representatives from the customer indicated that he understood there are some difference on the Assurance capabilities of the 9300L vs the 9300. I don't believe this is the case, and aside from the 9300L having fixed SFP+ ports rather then a network module, i believe the capabilities of both platforms are identical. Can someone please confirm if my assumption is correct?
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