Hi depends on the switch your putting them in too, most support 100/1000/10000 speeds in backward compatibility , some will only do 1000/10000 on newer equipment , but yes to answer your question the rate of transfer can go anywhere from 0 to 10GB but only again if the switch port your connecting to is full line rate and can do full 10GB speed , just because its says its a 10GB port doesn't mean switch can push 10GB per port
a nexus 9K would be an example of a line rate 10gb switch where you could push right up to 10gb on transfer
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ssh maglev@< DNAC appliance IP> -p 2222
2. Run this curl command to get token to get member id:
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