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10G base T switch suggestion

HI we have a smaller office design / collapsed core/agg layer/ access switching looking for a stack of 2 x  48 port cisco switches with some 10Gbase-T ports

 is there such a switch ? cat 3850 ? i don't need all 96 ports to be 10G but maybe 12 per switch would be good. 

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VIP Advisor

Re: 10G base T switch suggestion

I would suggest to look new models catalyst 9K, look at 24 port.

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/en_uk/products/switches/catalyst-9000.html

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Beginner

Re: 10G base T switch suggestion

why do you say look at 24 port?

my requirement is 2 x 48 port 

VIP Advisor

Re: 10G base T switch suggestion

Apologies, i may read wrong, i was in impression you need 12 port in each switch so suggested 24 X  2 qty.

 

Later i realized you looking 12 x 10GB ports, look for 48 port x 2 qty.

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Re: 10G base T switch suggestion

Catalyst 9k its a good idea.
Jaderson Pessoa
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Re: 10G base T switch suggestion

You can get 2 48 port 9300 switches. Out of 48 ports, 12 are multigigabit which means they support up to 10Gig (1/2.5/5/10G).

Part number C9300-48UXM

see table-1 in this link:

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/switches/catalyst-9300-series-switches/data_sheet-c78-738977.html#Platform-Details

HTH

Beginner

Re: 10G base T switch suggestion

CCW shows 

  • It is recommended that the user purchase C9300-48U-A. (CE202155)

Not sure why. any idea?

 

Rising star

Re: 10G base T switch suggestion

this device has interface of 10G, do stackwise, do routing and other things like. It is good device.
Jaderson Pessoa
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VIP Expert

Re: 10G base T switch suggestion

  • It is recommended that the user purchase C9300-48U-A. (CE202155) 

That is just a Gig switch with UPOE.  There is no 10Gig port on it.  If you need 10Gig ports, the part number I provided you earlier should do it.

HTH

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