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About 6513 WS-X6548-GE-TX module

engahmed1975
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Dear every one,

We have C6513 with WS-X6548-GE-TX module when I made the command: sh int gi5/1 cap it said
Model:                      WS-X6548-GE-TX

Ports on ASIC:          1-24

And I found something on  cisco website:

# Port ASIC’s on the linecard:         6
# Physical Ports per Port ASIC:      8

1- I was confused when I tried to understand what does it mean:

     a- Ports on ASIC:          1-24?

     b- Port ASIC’s on the linecard:         6?
      c- Physical Ports per Port ASIC:      8?

2- From the resule above what is the Oversubscription Ratios take in consideration the command sh int gi5/1 cap result?

you can see the output in the attached file.

Thank you in advance and best regards to all,

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stephenshaw
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Hi,

this link describes how the ASICs share both ports and memory and the associated problems this can result in:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps700/products_tech_note09186a00801751d7.shtml#ASIC

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1- I was confused when I tried to understand what does it mean:

     a- Ports on ASIC:          1-24? No idea why it indicates this

     b- Port ASIC’s on the linecard:         6? Correct for a 48 port module
      c- Physical Ports per Port ASIC:      8? Correct for a 48 port module

6 ASICs by 8 ports each totals 48 ports.

HTH,

Steve

thank you Steve,

But did you see the txt file that I attched it? because in this file you will see the output of a certain commands that regards the misunderstanding -confusing- that I face. however I agree with what you said but the problem is I'm sure 100% about the output of the switch, and I said to my self may be there is another type of this module!!!!! ...... finally I don't know.

I can do any thing that you need to do on my switch that may be help...

Thank you

Ahmed

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