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Port group on N77-F348XP-23 for VDC

Hi,

 

Need to know that how many port groups are there on N77-F348XP-23, which member ports of each group must be configured with the same VDC. Actually, it would be great to have this detail in data sheet of each module.

 

Thank you very much in advance.

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The VDC Configuration Guide

The VDC Configuration Guide lists this for most models of line card.

It appears they haven't updated it completely for the F3s (even though the F3 is mentioned elsewhere in the same guide). I was, however, able to find some partner collateral that answers your question. It's marked "Cisco Public" so it is OK to share here.

The N77-F348XP-23 has a System on Chip (SOC) ASIC architecture with each of the six SOCs having 8 x 10 Gbps interfaces. So your VDCs must allocate the interfaces along those lines (1-8, 8-16, etc.). See the diagram below.

This is in contrast to the F2 48 port line cards are laid out with 12 x 4-port port groups as shown in the document I mentioned.

 

 

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The VDC Configuration Guide

The VDC Configuration Guide lists this for most models of line card.

It appears they haven't updated it completely for the F3s (even though the F3 is mentioned elsewhere in the same guide). I was, however, able to find some partner collateral that answers your question. It's marked "Cisco Public" so it is OK to share here.

The N77-F348XP-23 has a System on Chip (SOC) ASIC architecture with each of the six SOCs having 8 x 10 Gbps interfaces. So your VDCs must allocate the interfaces along those lines (1-8, 8-16, etc.). See the diagram below.

This is in contrast to the F2 48 port line cards are laid out with 12 x 4-port port groups as shown in the document I mentioned.

 

 

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Thank you so much 

Thank you so much  smiley

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Dear Marvin Rhoads, This

Dear Marvin Rhoads,

 

This Answer was very helpful, But Actually I am interested in finding command to check port group for particular linecard.

 

Is there any command available to check port group membership for linecards so it will save lot of time ?

 

Thank you.

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Try this:

Try this:

slot slot_number show hardware internal dev-port-map

 

Reference.

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Thank you Marvin :-)

Thank you Marvin :-)

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Dear Ksakuacheck show

Dear Ksakua

check show interface capabilities

 

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