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Difference between 4500 and 4900.

 
 
AM
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      08-21-2006
Hi all,

I thought 4900 was a higher and more configurable switch series. But I saw 4900 has les modules and the overall
components (the chassis) are cheaper than 4500.

What do they differ by?

TIA
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      08-21-2006

AM wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I thought 4900 was a higher and more configurable switch series. But I saw 4900 has les modules and the overall
> components (the chassis) are cheaper than 4500.
>
> What do they differ by?


~350 ports is a place to start.

I have the idea that it is like a 4500 Supervisor (decent newish one,
IV or V) and a
48 port GBE card in a 1U package.

The idea is that you deploy one per rack in your comms room.

Search CCO for 4900 for more.

 
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