I was wondering if the uplink module C3850-NM-4-10G is able to work in non-blocking mode.
We're planning to configure two port-channels (20 Gbps each) and switch packets between them.
Could anyone confirm the ports on the module would work in non-blocking manner?
I could'n find any relevant information in documentation. The only mention I've found was this:
Q.What are the key StackWise-480 benefits over standalone Cisco Catalyst 3850?
A.The Cisco Catalyst 3850 Series deployed in StackWise-480 mode provides the following set of benefits:
●Simplified: Single unified system to manage and operate up to 208 ports (will increase to 432 ports in a future release). StackWise-480 also simplifies network design and topologies in converged access.
●Scalable: No performance compromise. Each Cisco Catalyst 3850 switch deployed in StackWise-480 mode boosts wiring-closet performance with nonblocking 480-Gbps backplane and 40 Gbps on uplink ports.
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