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Cisco 7206VXR sub-modules

Hello All,

We currently have a Cisco 7206VXR router. It had three RJ45/SFP ports and all are currently being used. Would anybody know if there is a possibility to add a submodule that can add another gig port to it ?

Regards,

Nilesh

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Cisco 7206VXR sub-modules

Use an ethernet switch for best results.

Cisco 7206VXR sub-modules

Hi Nilesh,

If you have a free slot on the Cisco 7206 VXR device then you can try adding a PA-GE module which will give you the GiG port that you are looking out for.

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Thanks & Regards,

Vignesh R P

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Re: Cisco 7206VXR sub-modules

Vignesh Rajendran Praveen wrote:

Hi Nilesh,

If you have a free slot on the Cisco 7206 VXR device then you can try adding a PA-GE module which will give you the GiG port that you are looking out for.

But will not give decent performance, like the on-board interfaces do.

Re: Cisco 7206VXR sub-modules

Hi Nilesh,

But I have not heard that complaint from any of my customers though :-) They seem to be happy with its performance. But still the choice is yours.

Thanks & Regards,

Vignesh R P

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Re: Cisco 7206VXR sub-modules

But I have not heard that complaint from any of my customers though :-) They seem to be happy with its performance. But still the choice is yours.

I worked at Cisco San Jose, at the time PA-GE was introduced, and did a performance report. About 250 Mbps/sec bidirectional with NPE-400. How you advice your customes, the choice is yours.

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