Supported interface modules that can coexist within a Cisco Virtual Switching System-enabled chassis include all CEF720 modules (WS-X6700 series).
There are not any POE modules currently in the 67xx line cards. If I use the config tool, I am able to add the 61xx or 65xx POE cards. Is this a supported configuration or not? Will there performance take the generic lower performance rule, or will it follow the VSS rules where the line card will be denied power?
Anyone have a firm answer on this? I've been scouring CCO for a week and can't seem to find a definite answer.
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