Difference between WS-X4515/2 and the WS-X4515

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Hello. I've searched quite a bit, and want to make sure... Client has 4507R with two Sup. II-Plus. Plan on upgrading to Sup IVs. Is there a difference between the 4515 and the 4515/2, as far as redundancy is concerned in the 4507R? Thank you.

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Correct Answer by Sushil Kumar Katre about 8 years 7 months ago

Hi,

Absolutely not.

These are two different part number used for ordering.

WS-X4515/2 represents the redundat SUP.

WS-X4515 Catalyst 4500 Supervisor IV (2 GE),Console(RJ-45)

WS-X4515/2 Catalyst 4507R Redundant Supervisor IV,(2 GE),Console(RJ-45)

Hope this clarifies.

-> Sushil

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Sushil Kumar Katre Fri, 06/06/2008 - 10:27

Hi,

Absolutely not.

These are two different part number used for ordering.

WS-X4515/2 represents the redundat SUP.

WS-X4515 Catalyst 4500 Supervisor IV (2 GE),Console(RJ-45)

WS-X4515/2 Catalyst 4507R Redundant Supervisor IV,(2 GE),Console(RJ-45)

Hope this clarifies.

-> Sushil

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