[c-nsp] Anyone used the C6800-32P10G-XL cards yet?

Hunter Fuller hf0002 at uah.edu
Fri Feb 19 14:15:44 EST 2016

We are currently using the WS-X6904-40G card which is 2:1
oversubscribed. We use many of ours with FourX adapters, which let you
put four 10Gbase interfaces on a 40Gbase CFP slot.

I am totally stoked about the 32 port 10Gbase card because it will be
similarly oversubscribed but with double the port density.

I'd also love to hear any reason I might be about to shoot myself in
the foot. ;)

Hunter Fuller
Network Engineer
VBRH Annex B-1
+1 256 824 5331

Office of Information Technology
The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Systems and Infrastructure

On Fri, Feb 19, 2016 at 1:03 PM, Peter Kranz <pkranz at unwiredltd.com> wrote:
> Anyone used the C6800-32P10G-XL cards yet? Seems like a no brainer
> replacement for the WS-X6908-10G card at almost the identical price point,
> but double the fabric bandwidth (160G vs 80G) if you upgrade to a 6807-XL
> chassis.
> Peter Kranz
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