Somebody knows how many giga interfaces can I put onto a pix 535 with UR license, I tried with the Cisco Configuration Tool and the max Gigabit Ethernet interface (PIX-1GE-66) is 7, I read the datasheet about the pix 535 (http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/fw/sqfw500/prodlit/535_ds.htm) and ... surprise ... 10 giga interfaces and it's incredible but in the same datasheet in other language (french, italian, portugais or spanish) there is only 8 giga interfaces. Please help me!! I'm very confused!!
You can most likely fill the 535 full of the cards, but the performance would of course be severely degraded. The following Field Notice shows that any over four will have degradation issues, which is understandable considering the size of the backplane you would need to support more.
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