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Cisco Part Number Legend

Anyone know where you can get the Cisco part number legend from?

Example:     "WS-C2960-24TT-L"     what do the letters mean after the -24 [TT-L]

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The "TT" stands for the type of uplink.  In this case, it's TWO (2) 10/100/1000BaseTX.

"L" is what kind of image.  In this case it's LAN Base.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6406/prod_models_comparison.html

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Thanks leolaohoo for your response.  Is there a legend or documentation anywhere that spells all this out?  How did you come across this information?

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Cisco Part Number Legend

How did you come across this information?

Experience.

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WS-C2960-24TT-L
WSWire Speed
CCatalyst
2960/2960GSeries of switches 2960-10/100 and 2960G-10/100/1000 for host.
24Interfaces for host
TTFirst T refers type of host interface, means UTP and second T (both are UTP ports) refers type of uplink interface

if 2960-24TC-L then C   means Combo - SFP and UTP - you can use only one type of interface.

if 2960-24PC-L then P   means PoE port for hosts.
LL for image of switch   L- for LAN BASE  and S - for Lan Lite image.
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Cisco Part Number Legend

So there is no any particular documenet where we can find the actual meaning/defination/login behind each word for particular Cisco part number???

I also in search of that document.

Can any one please help out??

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So there is no any particular documenet where we can find the actual meaning/defination/login behind each word for particular Cisco part number???

Nope.

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Cisco Part Number Legend

Ok, But than how can i get the details for router, wireless, etc.. devices.

For example, can u help me to understand below part numbers?

C1921-3G-G-SEC/K9

AIR-CAP1602i-N-K9

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Cisco Part Number Legend

AIR-CAP1602i-N-K9

CAP = Controller-based IOS loaded to the AP

1602 = Wireless Access Point 1600 with dual antennas (hence the "XXX2")

-N = Wireless LAN regulatory domain

K9 = Security.

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C1921-3G-G-SEC/K9

CISCO1921 Bundle with HWIC-3G-HSPA-G, Universal Base, 256FL/512DR, Adv Security

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Cisco Part Number Legend

hi

from where you get this table Please

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Cisco Part Number Legend

Is anybody knows  what legends stands for below parts numbers:

WS-C2960S-24PD-L

WS-C2960S-48FPD-L

Both same switches with diff in ports count then why F is missing in WS-C2960S-24PD-L?

Thank you

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Both same switches with diff in ports count then why F is missing in WS-C2960S-24PD-L?

"F" means FULL Poe Power.  This "F" can only be found in some selected 48-port switches.  You will not be able to find "F" in 24 ports.

When you see "F", it means that you can push up to 48-ports of 15.4w PoE. 

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Re: Cisco Part Number Legend

Hi,

It is really difficult to understand full functionality of device just to see part number however Cisco must provide proper document explaining what LETTER they would be using in part number for what purpose but I could not fine.

 

I have attached that give good idea about that.

 

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I found this helpful:

I found this helpful:

http://www.fiber-optic-tutorial.com/explanation-of-the-model-of-cisco-switches.html

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