This data sheet describes the benefits, specifications, and ordering E, E, R+E, and R+E chassis are extremely flexible. Cisco introduces two new chassis for the Cisco® Catalyst® Series Switches : the Catalyst R+E and Catalyst R+E (Figure 1). The new chassis. WS-CR+E Datasheet. Check its price: Click Here. Overview. Cisco Catalyst R+E chassis offers 7 slots with 5 line-card slots and 2 supervisor engine.
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chassis: Cisco Catalyst R (seven R is the only Cisco Catalyst Catalyst Family Supervisor Engine III and IV data sheet located on the. Data Sheet. © Cisco The Cisco® Catalyst® Series Switches enable borderless networks, providing high performance, mobile, and E, E, R+E, and R+E chassis are extremely flexible and support either 6. The Cisco Catalyst Series includes two series of Catalyst chassis: the . for supervisor engines only in Cisco Catalyst R-E; Slots , and are.
Page 4 Cisco Catalyst Series chassis and supervisor engines.
For example, line cards that shipped with the original Cisco Catalyst Switch in will work in the Cisco Catalyst E-Series chassis.
Because of the centralized architecture of the Cisco Figure 4.
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Figure 8. Page 8 Category 5 copper cabling. These modules provide wiring closet investment protection by allowing Fast Ethernet desktops to migrate to Gigabit Ethernet in the future without replacement of the switch line cards. Figure Metro Ethernet: residential customers located within a 1.
Page 18 IEEE Table 3. Apart from the features previously mentioned, Supervisor Engine 7-E has resiliency built into its uplinks.
Figure 2 shows the uplink options on Supervisor Engine 7-E. Figure 2. These links are enabled through fiber as well as on copper connectivity.
These links are configured as MEC, minimizing traffic disruption from switch or uplink failure. Simplified Operations through Automation As campus switching has grown to support increasing enterprise demands, so has the need to deploy and manage new and evolving technologies.
Simplified operations are critical in meeting these challenges and achieving increased operational efficiency through proactive management and reduction in unplanned network downtime. The Cisco Catalyst E, now acting as Smart Install Director, provides a single management point for images and configuration of directly or indirectly connected Cisco Catalyst , , , and Series Switches.
This allows the Cisco Catalyst E Supervisor Engine 7-E to be transparently integrated into campus switching environments for a comprehensive security solution based on Cisco TrustSec. This feature also interoperates with the Cisco Identity Services Engine, providing for centralized view of all devices' access the network in a scalable manner.
When combined with AutoSmartPorts ASP , it also provides the ability to dynamically apply policies on the switch based on the device type.