Thank you for your quick answer Leo. I understand that IEEE standard is up to 16 x uplinks, but assuming we have two N7K Core switches connected to two N5K switches with VPC links from both sides:
Now, as per IEEE standard and assuming we will have single double sided VPC between the four switches ( 2 x N7Ks and 2 x N5Ks ) the total VPC member ports from each N5K/N7K should be maximum 16 x links ( 8 x uplinks go to each uplink/downlink switch) which would give us total of 160 x Gbps total bandwidth.
If we will use more than one VPC, we will have one of them blocked because of STP and we will still have 160 Gbps bandwisth. Is there any way to go beyond this 160 Gbps bandwidth between those switches ?
I know that 160 Gbps is more than enough for any workload, but we have a customer wants a confirmation for the above question.
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