about fixed port switches

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hello everyone,
i am going through the site and i didn't get the full information about fixed port switches as there is lack of info in data sheets,
tell me where do i get full info about these switches 
like- licensing,operating system,arp entries,stacking bandwidth,lacp trunks etc
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ravinder choudhary

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Hi ravinder. for EOS devices check the release notes. there you will find the requested Infos. regards Alex


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thanks for reply can u send me link for it ?
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The same is true for EXOS. The Release Notes detail that information under Limits.
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thanks for ur reply .
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Here's a link to the limits page in the EXOS 16.1.2 Release Notes.
Release notes for the EOS products can be found on the extranet.
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thanks for sending links.
i got info about EXOS,
but still not able to go trough the Eos products release notes.
can u help?
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Take a look at the "ExtremeSwitching - Hardware" section here:  http://www.extremenetworks.com/support/release-notes
There are a handful of products' release notes there that you can browse.
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thanks for the valuable info.
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hi, check this guy's blog about the different types of ethernet switches. 
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At first I saw that was a Cisco link and was worried, but that's actually a really good explanation of the different types of switches.
Just ignore the Cisco product plugs... :)
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