[c-nsp] 4500X help

Howard, Christopher Christopher-Howard at utc.edu
Thu Dec 11 10:06:19 EST 2014


I've not seen any differences with ours either.  I expect you could
probably take the 3560 config and just paste it in and not get any errors.
 You should be fine if you're comfortable with IOS.


On 12/11/14, 8:54 AM, "Stephen Fulton" <sf at lists.esoteric.ca> wrote:

>The 4500X is hardly different from a Catalyst in terms of
>configuration.  IOS-XE looks very much like IOS, so much so I really
>haven't noticed any cosmetic differences.  So, if you can configure a
>C3560 you can do so on a 4500X.
>-- Stephen
>On 12/10/2014 4:34 PM, Bob Fronk wrote:
>> Hello group.
>> I have a very short window to teach myself how to configure a Cisco
>>4500x.  Although I am no expert, I am familiar enough with other
>>Catalyst switches to satisfy our networking needs.  However, I have not
>>touched a 4500x before.
>> The goal is to (as soon as possible) take numerous C3560 switches with
>>10G Single mode interfaces that cascade from one to the other, to the
>>other, to the other, to connect our various locations across our campus.
>> Some of the C3560 switches have only the 1G interface, while the newer
>>ones have 10G.  The issue is bottlenecks in the cascade.  My hope is to
>>use the 4500X as the "hub" and all other campus switches would connect
>>to it.   There may be a few 1G interfaces as well.  All ports would
>>trunk the 5 Vlans on this campus.
>> All I am hoping for is a sanitized sample to help me learn.
>> I am starting on this document today, but as I said, my timeline is
>>extremely short and any help would be appreciated.-
>> Thanks -
>> Bob
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