[AusNOG] Cisco 10Gb switches

Philip Loenneker Philip.Loenneker at tasmanet.com.au
Fri Feb 15 15:38:11 EST 2019

Actually if you want to see the full range of devices featuring “multigigabit”, check out here:

Some only have a handful of 10G ports for uplinks, not designed for edge ports.

Philip Loenneker | Network Engineer | TasmaNet

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Several of the Cisco 3850 series have 10G copper ports.

Philip Loenneker | Network Engineer | TasmaNet

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My google fu is failing me. Does anyone have any recommendations for Cisco 10Gb switches? They must have 10Gb over Cat6 (not my decision) and run some variant of ios. The uplinks can be SFP+. They only need 16 ports.

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