Is there a way to find out when Cisco may be planning to obsolete the 4500-E series switches? Or alternately, is there a way to get assurance from Cisco that they aren't planning to make it end of life for X number of years yet?
It concerns me to see ominous signs like the high performance "Supervisor Engine 6-E" for the chassis going obsolete. How long until the whole E-series chassis line goes obsolete too?
There is no available reference yet on when will the whole 4500-E go EoL. However, once a part number gets announced as EoL, there is usually 4-6 years (varies by device/solution) before it losses all support or becomes completely obsolete. Are you looking for a replacement/current model for your existing?
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