I am planning to use 3548 in the distribution layer, will be having some HP L2 blade switches connected to a pair of 3548s via 10G doing vPC and planning to run EIGRP on them. Wondering if there is something I need to consider and be concerned of, as nexus 3548 is kind of new for me.
Thanks for the research, but I do not have the switch yet.
I am just planning on getting either 3548 or 3064-32X to place it in the distribution layer. So now I am thinking on 3064 instead of 3548. Wondering if 3064 supports vac on all the ports and if there is any other gotchas I need to be aware of.
DOes 3548 has a "better" HW than 3064? Since you are saying that 3548 is beginning its vPC support, I am wondering which one would be better to get for my task - 3064 or 3548.
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