i am already having a running network using complete subnet of 192.168.0.x ,we are using ISA , Exchange & DC running with few other Application servers. i wanna move all old freaky switches to Cisco.I want to start with Basic connectivity among the cleints & server. what i meant that i dont wanna create any vlans. i will plan the Vlans later on.
i wanna install one Layer 3 core switch with Fibre Optics Support & other 4 Access Switches with Fibre optics support.
1. which model of cisco switches should i use as core switches coz later on we are planning to connect the Cisco Call Manager & Cisco Phones, so for that i need POE support on all the Core & Access Switches.
2. what will be the best way to Interconnect all the switches together.
3. what will be the configuration on core switch & access switches.
I mean for a small network, you can't go wrong with a 3750X. If you get the optional network module, it will give you four 1Gbps SFP or two 10Gbps SFP+ or one 10Gbps SFP+ and two 1Gbps SFP.
For access switch, you can start looking at the 2960S. The "D" suffix will allow the switches to support two 10Gbps SFP+ or one 10Gbps SFP+ and one 1Gbps SFP. The 2960S can be STACKED (up to four units) which makes managing and configuration easy.
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