I will be installing a new 7009+Sup2e that apparently brings "N7K-LAN1K9" Lan Enterprise license and for the implementation I will be needing 2 VDC's because I will have F2 and M1 cards on the same chassis,
with this combination how many VDC's will I have ?
If you are using sup 2e, you can have a total of 8 VDCs, one is for admin use and the other 7 can be used for anything else including storage VDC. If you are connecting storage to your 7k, it will need to connect to F2 module, as the M series modules do not support storage.
3- Sup2 has 12 Gb of DRAM while Sup2E has 32 Gb of DRAM.
4- In regards to vDC, both Sup2 and Sup2E. They both support 6 vDC and 1 admin vDC. In the future, this number will grow to 8 vDC plus 1 Admin vDC (aka "stretched").
N7K-VDC1K9—Enables support for eight VDCs on the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Supervisor 2E module. This is a new license. One license is needed per chassis. A separate license is not required for each supervisor module.
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