Gigabit Ethernet (GEIP, GEIP+) for Cisco 7500 Series Routers
The GEIP and GEIP+ differ primarily in their performance. The GEIP+ provides up to 800 Mbps of aggregate throughput, while the GEIP performs at a 400 Mbps. Could you advise what does aggregate throughout exactly mean in this case?
By the way, GEIP is EoS.
Have found the GEIP and GEIP+ are based on VIP technology. Its modular architecture enables to support for 2 port adapters on a single VIP interface card. So in this case I assume if you install 2 GEIP cards in a VIP, you still only get 400Mbps aggegrate throughput. Is that the case?
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