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Cat2960-48TT Vs. 2960-48TC

Guys,

I plan to use the gigabit uplink on a 2960-48TT to connect the switch to a Catalyst 3548XL. The 3548 will have a 1000-baseT gigabit module installed (WS-G5483. This is going to be an ordinary 1000-baseT uplink - no fiber involved. Is there any advantage at all to buying a 2960-48TC with the SFP uplinks?

Thanks in advance,

Ryan

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Purple

Re: Cat2960-48TT Vs. 2960-48TC

Hi Ryan,

It comes down to the distance limitations, really. If the two switches are sitting next to each other, there is really no advantage in getting a fibre link between them. So if the distance between the two switches is less than 100m, you the 1000baseT link should be fine.

Hope that helps - pls rate the post if it does.

Paresh

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Purple

Re: Cat2960-48TT Vs. 2960-48TC

Hi Ryan,

It comes down to the distance limitations, really. If the two switches are sitting next to each other, there is really no advantage in getting a fibre link between them. So if the distance between the two switches is less than 100m, you the 1000baseT link should be fine.

Hope that helps - pls rate the post if it does.

Paresh

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Re: Cat2960-48TT Vs. 2960-48TC

Thanks, Paresh.

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