[nsp] 7600 and sup720 vs. rsp720?

Tim Stevenson tstevens at cisco.com
Wed Oct 1 10:45:50 EDT 2003

RSP720 is the marketing name for a Sup720 in a Cisco 7600 chassis. This is an extension of the Catalyst 6500/Cisco 7600 marketing strategy - they are architecturally the same product, but geared to different market segments. RSP720 will have some additional capabilities, but none that you can't get by upgrading an existing Sup720.


At 06:34 AM 10/1/2003, cisco-nsp-request at puck.nether.net announced:
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>Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2003 12:02:41 +0200
>From: "Tomas Daniska" <tomas at tronet.com>
>Subject: RE: [nsp] 7600 and sup720 vs. rsp720?
>To: "Alexey G Misurenko" <mag at caravan.ru>, <cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net>
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>> Some time ago I ask cisco about this. By no-oficial
>> answer 
>>  rsp720 is marketing name of sup720 with 1G DRAM.
>interesting - i've heard rumors that the rsp- version will have the pxf
>patched with different ucode
>>  sup720 is modules with 512M DRAM from the box.

Tim Stevenson, tstevens at cisco.com
Routing & Switching CCIE #5561
Technical Marketing Engineer, Catalyst 6500
Cisco Systems, http://www.cisco.com
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