Hi - I was hoping for some help if anyone could oblige.
We are looking to migrate our core to a Nexus platform. I was looking at the following:
2 x Cisco Nexus 5548UP
6 x Cisco Nexus N2K-C2248TP-1GE
We need L3 for the 5000 but I am confused as to what I need. Is it just a license? Is it a daughter card? Does the daughter card come with a L3 license? Do I need to purchase both a daughter card and license?
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