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about fixed port switches


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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Userlevel 2
Hi ravinder. for EOS devices check the release notes. there you will find the requested Infos. regards Alex
aloeffle wrote:

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

thanks for reply can u send me link for it ?
Userlevel 6
The same is true for EXOS. The Release Notes detail that information under Limits.
dflouret wrote:

The same is true for EXOS. The Release Notes detail that information under Limits.

thanks for ur reply .
Userlevel 7
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.
Drew C. wrote:

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.

thanks for sending links.
i got info about EXOS,
but still not able to go trough the Eos products release notes.
can u help?
Userlevel 7
Drew C. wrote:

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.

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.
Drew C. wrote:

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.

thanks for the valuable info.
hi, check this guy's blog about the different types of ethernet switches.
Userlevel 7
jennifersss wrote:

hi, check this guy's blog about the different types of ethernet switches.

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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