Sup-4 on Catalyst 4500 vs. Sup-32 PISA on Catalyst 6500
Which Supervisor Module would have faster performance on Layer-3 routing? Supervisor-4 on a Catalyst 4506 or a Supervisor-32 PISA on a Catalyst 6506? I would like to know as I am planning an upgrade next year. This is for a medium-sized collapsed core/distribution-layer.
Re: Sup-4 on Catalyst 4500 vs. Sup-32 PISA on Catalyst 6500
I completely agree with Edison on this. As a further point if you are using this to do all your inter-vlan routing etc, the 6500 switch is a better investment in the long term. It is Cisco's premier switch and if you find you need more throughput you could upgrade your supervisor from a Sup32 to a Sup720.
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