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Redundant Sup 6-E's in 4507R question

I'm considering using the Sup 6-E in some 4507RE switches. The Sup 5's I have now had a limitation regarding uplinks on the Sup cards where only 1 port on each sup was active at a given time with the second redundant port a standby. Is this the same case with the Sup 6-E?

Thanks

Roland

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Re: Redundant Sup 6-E's in 4507R question

rshum wrote:

I'm considering using the Sup 6-E in some 4507RE switches. The Sup 5's I have now had a limitation regarding uplinks on the Sup cards where only 1 port on each sup was active at a given time with the second redundant port a standby. Is this the same case with the Sup 6-E?

Thanks

Roland

Hi Roland,

In Sup-6-E the ports on redundant Sups can be active at the same time.

Have a look at the data sheet:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/switches/ps5718/ps4324/prod_white_paper0900aecd806ed38a.html

HTH

Reza

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VIP Super Bronze

Re: Redundant Sup 6-E's in 4507R question

rshum wrote:

I'm considering using the Sup 6-E in some 4507RE switches. The Sup 5's I have now had a limitation regarding uplinks on the Sup cards where only 1 port on each sup was active at a given time with the second redundant port a standby. Is this the same case with the Sup 6-E?

Thanks

Roland

Hi Roland,

In Sup-6-E the ports on redundant Sups can be active at the same time.

Have a look at the data sheet:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/switches/ps5718/ps4324/prod_white_paper0900aecd806ed38a.html

HTH

Reza

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Re: Redundant Sup 6-E's in 4507R question

Thanks for the info and link, I was looking for something like that but couldn't find it.

New Member

Re: Redundant Sup 6-E's in 4507R question

This helped a lot. Would you have something like that for 6500 Sup720? Thank you.

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