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How i can calculate the backplane speed & throughput of cisco 48 1G 2960S switch?

How i can calculate the backplane speed & throughput of cisco 48 1G 2960S switch?

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How i can calculate the backplane speed & throughput of cisco 48

Hi,

As per my knowledge ......

LAN Base (-L) Models

LAN Lite (-S) Models

Forwarding bandwidth

88Gbps

50 Gbps

Switching bandwidth*

176 Gbps

100 Gbps

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Satya.M

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Calculate?  Calculate for wirespeed/line-rate?  If the latter, take all the port bandwidths, and assuming they are duplex, double for necessary fabric bandwidth.  I.e. 48 gig ports would need a 96 Gbps fabric.  Take all your port bandwidths, and allow 1.448 Mpps per gig (for minimum size Ethernet packets), i.e. 48 gig ports would need 69.5 Mpps.  Once you have required fabric bandwidth and PPS, you can compare to vendor's specs.

Re: How i can calculate the backplane speed & throughput of cisc

The stack cable/ring on 2960s switches has a maximum capacity of 20 Gbps.

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