CCNP CCIE 3560 switch to use.

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Jun 9th, 2012

                   I'm building a CCIE lab and wanted to know does it matter what 3560 switch I use. I see some 8 port ones going for a good price but I just wanted to know if if matters what model 3560 switch is used? Thank

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v.ganapathi Sun, 06/10/2012 - 00:05

You can't build an entire CCIE topology with just 8 ports. Atleast 3 cables goes off to connect inter-switch link itself. I would suggest you fix up a vendor topology you wish to simulate (Example : Cisco 360, INE, IPexpert or Narbik) & the begin to calculate the port density you would need.

So, overall, Yes it matters which model of 3560 you would choose. For sure, 8 port switch won't be enuff.

Regards

Vivek

JosephDoherty Mon, 06/11/2012 - 10:05

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Functionally, I believe, all 3560 operate alike.  Besides the 8 port, I recall there was also a 12 port variant too.

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