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HELLFIRE
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[H/W] What's Cisco call the replacement for the 3750 series?

»www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collate···918.html

Everything the 3750 series should have been, or tried to be during its lifetime?
- 24 or 48port 10/100/1000 interface w/ POE+
- 4x 1G or 2x 10G or 4x 10G uplink module
- integrated wireless controller (.11ac no less!)
- full netflow v9 support (finally!)
- 2G flash / 4G DRAM -- versus 3750X 64F / 128D

My only issues with the information Cisco's given so far :
- claims of 480Gb stack bandwidth... so what's the single chassis bandwidth, or is it still limited to the 32Gb
bus Catalyst's been stuck on.
- no information on buffer size, though if it's descended from 3750-stock, likely 4 or 8MB shared at best.

Anyone have any other information about these puppies, and/or is deploying them?

Regards



TomS_
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There was some discussion on the cisco-nsp list about them recently:

»puck.nether.net/pipermail/cisco-···864.html

Specifically, this post seems to suggest the buffers will be double that of the X series, 12mb.

»puck.nether.net/pipermail/cisco-···193.html


HELLFIRE
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reply to HELLFIRE

Ahh, thanks for that TomS_ See Profile

Regards



tubbynet
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reply to HELLFIRE

said by HELLFIRE:

- full netflow v9 support (finally!)

c3k-x supported fnf using the c3kx-sm-10g for uplinks, rather than the -nm- variant.

this was showcased at live! a few years ago by the catalyst bu.

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q.
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sk1939
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Mclean, VA
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reply to HELLFIRE

Interesting, but it's still an incremental upgrade frankly.


HELLFIRE
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reply to HELLFIRE

@tubbynet
I forget, did that module do fnf for just the uplinks or for all interfaces on the chassis?

@sk1939
...given the number of features the 3850s merge together, a long overdue one...

Regards


sk1939
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said by HELLFIRE:

@tubbynet
I forget, did that module do fnf for just the uplinks or for all interfaces on the chassis?

@sk1939
...given the number of features the 3850s merge together, a long overdue one...

Regards

True, Cisco was behind the ball for a little while now in some markets, it seems like this is an attempt to leap frog the competition.