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which models of cisco 2500/2600/4500/4700 series support full duplex on ethernet ports???

 
 
Kay
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      01-12-2005
i know the 2501 and 2514 dont ... but what about the 2524 or some of the
others??
what about the 2600 series ?
and which modules in the 4500/4700 ethernet series support it???

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thanxs in advance.



 
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Walter Roberson
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      01-12-2005
In article <yI_Ed.52$(E-Mail Removed)>,
Kay <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
:i know the 2501 and 2514 dont ... but what about the 2524 or some of the
thers??

Information about the 2500 series is not easy to find.


:what about the 2600 series ?

2600 series routers or catalyst 2600 series switch? The CAT2600
supports full duplex on all ethernet ports.

:and which modules in the 4500/4700 ethernet series support it???

NP-2E-FDX (but not NP-2E) -- 2 x fast ethernet

Plus see
http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/...d/05modins.htm
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Kay
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      01-12-2005
> :i know the 2501 and 2514 dont ... but what about the 2524 or some of the
> thers??
> Information about the 2500 series is not easy to find.

very true..

> :what about the 2600 series ?
> 2600 series routers or catalyst 2600 series switch? The CAT2600
> supports full duplex on all ethernet ports.

Routers...

> :and which modules in the 4500/4700 ethernet series support it???
> NP-2E-FDX (but not NP-2E) -- 2 x fast ethernet

NP-2E's are 10baseT correct??? and the NP-1FE is the 100baseT varient???

> Plus see
> http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/...d/05modins.htm

Thanks Walter...

regards


 
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Walter Roberson
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      01-12-2005
In article <T8cFd.16$(E-Mail Removed)>,
Kay <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

:> NP-2E-FDX (but not NP-2E) -- 2 x fast ethernet
:NP-2E's are 10baseT correct??? and the NP-1FE is the 100baseT varient???

Opps, you are right, the NP-2E and NP-2E-FDX would be 10BaseT, not
fast ethernet, and the NP-1FE is the 100BaseT. There are also
other possibilities such as NM's that have 1 or 2 fast ethernet
ports along with some WAN interface. The low end of the 2600 line
doesn't support NM's if I recall correctly, but the higher end
does, and using the NM's built for WAN can sometimes be the only way to
get the port count one wants.
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      01-12-2005
Hi Kay,

You may want to investigate the Cisco Product Advisor:

http://tools.cisco.com/GCT/PCTPST/index.jsp

Hope this helps.

Sincerely,

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