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zeeshanzahid510
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Cisco Switch models terms

Need guidance to clear the difference between following end terms in following cisco switch models,

 

C9200L-24P &&

C9200L-24T &&

C9200L-24PL &&

C9200L-24PXG &&

C9200-48PB

 

 

Thanks

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Wassim Aouadi
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- C9200L have fixed uplinks and fixed fan trays. In C9200, uplinks are modular and fan trays are replaceable.

- Both can be stacked. But:

  • C9200L have max 80Gbps of stack bandwidth
  • C9200 have max 160Gbps of stack bandwidth

- "P" in the switch family name means "all access ports support PoE+"

- "T" in the switch family name means the switch does not have PoE capability.

- "PL" -> "partial PoE+". So not all ports support PoE+

- "XG" stands for Cisco multigigabit technology. You may need it when you deploy 802.11ac-capable access points attached to the switch.

 

ref: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/switches/catalyst-9200-series-switches/nb-06-cat9200-ser-data-sheet-cte-en.html

 

Regards

Wassim

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Wassim Aouadi
Enthusiast

- C9200L have fixed uplinks and fixed fan trays. In C9200, uplinks are modular and fan trays are replaceable.

- Both can be stacked. But:

  • C9200L have max 80Gbps of stack bandwidth
  • C9200 have max 160Gbps of stack bandwidth

- "P" in the switch family name means "all access ports support PoE+"

- "T" in the switch family name means the switch does not have PoE capability.

- "PL" -> "partial PoE+". So not all ports support PoE+

- "XG" stands for Cisco multigigabit technology. You may need it when you deploy 802.11ac-capable access points attached to the switch.

 

ref: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/switches/catalyst-9200-series-switches/nb-06-cat9200-ser-data-sheet-cte-en.html

 

Regards

Wassim

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Thank you, but i can't find one thing that is "PB"

The "PB" model is very similar to the "P" model. The major difference I saw, when comparing two switches with similar port density, was that the "PB" family supports Enhanced VRF while the "P" does not. That information is found in Table 19 of the document I referenced in my previous reply.

 

Regards

Wassim

Another note - Cat 9200 not support many VRF as expected, as i remember it supports only 4 i guess. on the modular and 1 VRF on the fixed.

 



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