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cisco 6509 sh ver output

what does the "sub" mean in the sh ver output

cat6509> (enable) sh module

Mod Slot Ports Module-Type Model Sub Status

--- ---- ----- ------------------------- ------------------- --- --------

1 1 24 1000BaseX Ethernet WS-X6724-SFP yes ok

2 2 48 10/100BaseTX Ethernet WS-X6148-45AF yes ok

3 3 48 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet WS-X6548-GE-TX yes ok

5 5 2 1000BaseX Supervisor WS-SUP720-BASE yes ok

15 5 1 Multilayer Switch Feature WS-SUP720 no ok

6 6 2 1000BaseX Supervisor WS-SUP720-BASE yes standby

16 6 1 Multilayer Switch Feature WS-SUP720 no standby

7 7 8 Network Analysis Module WS-SVC-NAM-2 no ok

8 8 8 Intrusion Detection Mod WS-SVC-IDSM-2 yes ok

9 9 6 Firewall Module WS-SVC-FWM-1 no ok

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Re: cisco 6509 sh ver output

Johanna, "sub" refers to "sub-model" which is a type of doughter card board installed in a module that has a unique functionality , examples are , PFC or PFC2 cards, inline power cards etc..

The type of sub-model is listed fruther down when you issue " show module " , notice the output of "Sub-model " field from the output of show module at the very end, and that will indicate the "sub-model" type corresponding to module slot number.

HTH

Jorge

for example, if module

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Re: cisco 6509 sh ver output

Johanna, "sub" refers to "sub-model" which is a type of doughter card board installed in a module that has a unique functionality , examples are , PFC or PFC2 cards, inline power cards etc..

The type of sub-model is listed fruther down when you issue " show module " , notice the output of "Sub-model " field from the output of show module at the very end, and that will indicate the "sub-model" type corresponding to module slot number.

HTH

Jorge

for example, if module

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Re: cisco 6509 sh ver output

wonderful - thank you so much for the explanation.

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