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question about "up to 1152 40-Gbps line cards"

Hi

I have been asked to find out what does 1152 means

Multishelf System Configuration

(CRS-1 16 slot only)

• 2 to 72 line card shelves

• 1 to 8 fabric card shelves

• Switching capacity: Up to 92 Tbps

• Support for up to 1152 40-Gbps line cards

– 1152 OC-768c/STM-256 PoS ports

Thanks

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Green

question about "up to 1152 40-Gbps line cards"

This is a carrier routing system.

The unit can support up to 92 teryabyte per second which powers the first OC-768c/STM-256c IP and dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) interfaces.

The device up to 1152 connects for the 40 gpbs line cards for the packet over sonet.

I would recommend to post or move this topic over in to the WAN routing/switching section for discussion on this product.

-Tom

-Tom Please mark answered for helpful posts http://blogs.cisco.com/smallbusiness/
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question about "up to 1152 40-Gbps line cards"

I mainly want to know what does the 1152 means

what was the naming convention that made this produect t obe named 1152

what is 1152 ?

THanks

Green

question about "up to 1152 40-Gbps line cards"

1152 is the maximum amount of line cards supported

-Tom

-Tom Please mark answered for helpful posts http://blogs.cisco.com/smallbusiness/
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question about "up to 1152 40-Gbps line cards"

Hi

actually I want to know how it could support 1152 connections

how this number is calculated

Thanks

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question about "up to 1152 40-Gbps line cards"

I could not see such ports on this multishelf system that could be able to support such amount of line cards?

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