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cisco 10 G Switch with high buffer

prafulla_nigam
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Hi friends....

I am looking for switch having 1 10G port and 8 to 10 1G ports.

Please suggest me any model for my requirement. I am looking for switch with high buffer inbuilt.

Thanks all..

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Hi friends....

I am looking for switch having 1 10G port and 8 to 10 1G ports.

Please suggest me any model for my requirement. I am looking for switch with high buffer inbuilt.

Thanks all..

Hi,

Cisco 3560 E series and 3750E series support 10 G port and 1 G ports ,check out the belwo link on both the models hope that helps

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/switches/ps5718/ps7078/product_data_sheet0900aecd805bac22.html

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/switches/ps5718/ps7077/product_data_sheet0900aecd805bbe67.html

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Ganesh.H

thanks Ganesh....

I gone through the models suggested by you,.. so far i understand that these are the Aggregation Switch... Let me explain my requirement in bit details..

I am having senario in which I will be having 1 input link with speed of 10Gig, and this 10Gig traffic i need to distribute over 10nos 1Gig ports on same switch...

I am checking for some more information for this that if this switch can meet my requirement.

Please suggest with your openions ....

thanks.. again....

thanks Ganesh....

I gone through the models suggested by you,.. so far i understand that these are the Aggregation Switch... Let me explain my requirement in bit details..

I am having senario in which I will be having 1 input link with speed of 10Gig, and this 10Gig traffic i need to distribute over 10nos 1Gig ports on same switch...

I am checking for some more information for this that if this switch can meet my requirement.

Please suggest with your openions ....

thanks.. again....

Hi ,

For your query and senario that i input with 10 Gig and traffic will shared among other 1 G ports in the same switch will be relates to the backplane capcity of the switch how fast it do switching.Basic defination of backplane in cisco switches may define as a switching fabric is the combination of hardware and software that moves data coming in to a network node out by the correct port (door) to the next node in the network. A switching fabric includes the switching units in a node, the integrated circuits that they contain, and the programming that allows switching paths to be controlled.

and if you see the backplane capcity as per the link in cisco 3750 E is 68-Gbps, wire rate backplane.

check out the below link on backplane for cisco 3750E

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/switches/ps5718/ps7077/prod_bulletin0900aecd805bbe54.html

Hope that help !!

If helpful do rate

Ganesh.H

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