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Doan
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      01-31-2005

Anyone knows what the difference is between these two? I looked at
cisco.com and the only thing I found was that 7206 is EOL.

Doan


 
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Will Plaice
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      01-31-2005
7204 and 7206 had limited backplane capacity
the VXR versions had better performance, and could cope with faster NM
(Network Modules), ie POS and GE.

the VXR's also support NPE G1 Processors, there are many different sorts of
processor, from NPE200 to NPE 300 (various memory and i/o options)

hope this answers some questions...

PS I bought 2 7206VXR's last month...



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Doan
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      02-01-2005


Thanks!

Doan

On Mon, 31 Jan 2005, Will Plaice wrote:

> 7204 and 7206 had limited backplane capacity
> the VXR versions had better performance, and could cope with faster NM
> (Network Modules), ie POS and GE.
>
> the VXR's also support NPE G1 Processors, there are many different sorts of
> processor, from NPE200 to NPE 300 (various memory and i/o options)
>
> hope this answers some questions...
>
> PS I bought 2 7206VXR's last month...
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> "Doan" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news(E-Mail Removed)...
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> > Anyone knows what the difference is between these two? I looked at
> > cisco.com and the only thing I found was that 7206 is EOL.
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> > Doan
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Evan Wagner
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      02-05-2005
Doan <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

Greetings,

Another point to consider - memory capacity:

7204 and 7206 max out at 128 MB RAM and are compatible with NPE-225 or below.
VXR's max out at 256 MB RAM and are compatible with NPE-400 or below.

--Evan

> Thanks!


> Doan


> On Mon, 31 Jan 2005, Will Plaice wrote:


>> 7204 and 7206 had limited backplane capacity
>> the VXR versions had better performance, and could cope with faster NM
>> (Network Modules), ie POS and GE.
>>
>> the VXR's also support NPE G1 Processors, there are many different sorts of
>> processor, from NPE200 to NPE 300 (various memory and i/o options)
>>
>> hope this answers some questions...
>>
>> PS I bought 2 7206VXR's last month...
>>
>>
>>
>> "Doan" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>> news(E-Mail Removed)...
>> >
>> > Anyone knows what the difference is between these two? I looked at
>> > cisco.com and the only thing I found was that 7206 is EOL.
>> >
>> > Doan
>> >
>> >

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Andrey Tarasov
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      02-05-2005
Hello, Evan!
You wrote on Sat, 05 Feb 2005 18:16:33 -0000:

EW> Another point to consider - memory capacity:

EW> 7204 and 7206 max out at 128 MB RAM and are compatible with
EW> NPE-225 or below. VXR's max out at 256 MB RAM and are compatible
EW> with NPE-400 or below.

It's good that my 7206VXR with NPE-400 doesn't know that and is working with 512
MB RAM

With best regards,
Andrey.

 
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