[nsp] 6509 sup question
Martin at networkhardware.com
Wed Nov 19 08:45:25 EST 2003
We just happened to be setting one up, so thought I'd have quick look inside just to confirm, the phyical backplane connectors are different so it won't allow a sup2 to be placed in 5 and 6. There are also a couple of gotcha's with sup720, which you may or may not be aware of. The sup720 requires the WS-C6K-9SLOT-FAN2 and the WS-CAC-2500W power supply.
Hope this helps.
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From: babylon at egenius.org [mailto:babylon at egenius.org]
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 9:36 AM
To: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
Subject: [nsp] 6509 sup question
I have a question about 6509's and supervisor engines. Is it possible
to use a Sup2-pfc2-msfc2 in slot 5/6 to replace a sup720? I know that all of
the standard docs say slot 1/2 for a sup1 or sup2, and slot 5/6 for a sup720.
But you can use a standard line card (a 6348 for example) in any slot depending
on which sup you have in. I know the sup720 needs the extra backplane
connectors in slot 5/6, but obviously the sup2 does not. I ask because
a contract I have bought a sup720 as a spare for a sup2 currently in service,
and the prospect of moving cards and reconfiguring in the advent of a
failure is unappealing. I would prefer to re-arrange the cards now, and
use the sup2 in slot5/6, so I could change easily in the event of a failure.
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