Re: Sup6E: Mixed use of 10GE and 1GE modules possible?
on one Sup6E there is only one port group available so that you cannot separate 1GE and 10GE ports.
Following your link I found the following statements:
In a Supervisor Engine 6-E system, the ports are connected to the switching engine through a stub ASIC. This stub ASIC imposes some limitations on the ports: Gig and 10 Gig ports cannot be mixed on a single stub ASIC; they must either be all 10 Gig (X2), or all Gig (TwinGig Converter and SFP). The faceplates of X2 modules show this stub port grouping, either with actual physical grouping with a box drawn around a grouping.
With Cisco IOS Release 12.2(40)SG, you can deploy (1) all 4 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports, (2) 2 blocking ports on an active supervisor engine and 2 blocking ports on the standby supervisor engine, or (3) all 8 Gigabit Ethernet SFP ports, 4 on the active supervisor and 4 on the standby supervisor engine. This capability is supported on all Catalyst 4500 and 4500E series chassis.
So I'm not sure if you can mix 1GEs and 10GEs on two redundant Sup6Es.
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