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Cisco Catalyst 9200L Uplink speed

HamzaD
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Hi,

 

In order to get a 10G uplink speed between my new Cisco C9200L-48P-4G-E switch I thinking to buy and the Core switch (C9407),

 

Does the C9200L-48P-4G-E support C9200-NM-4X (10G uplink network module) ?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Hamza,

 

 

 

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Leo Laohoo
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See the end that only says "4G"? That means "4 x SFP" ports.

"9200L" means FIXED uplink.  9200 (no "L" at the end), for example, is optional uplink.  9200 (no "L" at the end) can support C9200-NM-4X (4 ports SFP/SFP+).

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Leo Laohoo
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See the end that only says "4G"? That means "4 x SFP" ports.

"9200L" means FIXED uplink.  9200 (no "L" at the end), for example, is optional uplink.  9200 (no "L" at the end) can support C9200-NM-4X (4 ports SFP/SFP+).


@Leo Laohoo wrote:

See the end that only says "4G"? That means "4 x SFP" ports.

"9200L" means FIXED uplink.  9200 (no "L" at the end), for example, is optional uplink.  9200 (no "L" at the end) can support C9200-NM-4X (4 ports SFP/SFP+).


Thanks Loe for your fast and helpful reply,

 

Is it fixed or modular uplik cause I want a 10G speed.

 

 

Leo Laohoo
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You will need 1 x 9200-48 and 1 x C9200-NM-4X.
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