I have a very good grasp of over-subscription but I would like to know what the following means. It was taken from the following URL:
The Cisco 48-Port 4-Gbps Fibre Channel Switching Module delivers 96 Gbps of total bandwidth
Actually all the second generation cards seem to offer 96 Gbps of bandwidth. Could someone please explain that number and why only half of its bandwidth is available for the actual ports. Simple maths would suggest that 96/48 would give 2 Gbps absolutely worst case speed.. right?