I want to know all Cisco Switches models which comes under in L2 and L3.As per as my knowledge some are:-
Correct me if i am wrong and Please add more models which falls in their respective category.
you are correct and listed major ones.
Please add more.I want to know all models that falls under L2 & L3.
uh, dont mean to sound rude dude, but there is a website called cisco.com
Page 1...Routers, Switches...everything you need to know and more.
put a little effort into it.
I don't think "please" word reflects rudeness!!!
I have googled and also tried on cisco.com. but there i have to go through each and every models to just find l2 or l3 word.Here many peoples have rich experience and expertise in Switching domain and they are here to share knowledge.All things are avaliable on internet then what's need of cisco learning?? Its not about little effort its about precise and accurate answer.!!!!
Thanks for you answer and suggestion.
While you were replying I was digging this out for you...forgot where I got it, and it doesnt have everything, but its a beautiful HUGE full color poster with the whole G2 line of routers, and some other devices...check it out in my docs area...
Here is the the Switch version of the HUGE poster...doesnt explicitly indicate layer 3 or not, but its an awesome poster if you are into switches.
Good product line framework to use for further research.
Thanks for that and thats more like it!! I already gone through that, but problem is that i am unable to understand many terms mentioned there. I am keeping my focus on switch...I want to clear my some basic concepts...my doubt is solely dependent on above query....If i will get some models of L2 and L3 then only i will able to ask my doubt which i want to clear by itelf or by you guys!!
I have googled...but not able to find answer....
Thanks for below link!! thats helped me. now i can furher refine my doubts in more specifically........Can you tell me the difference between uplinks and normal ports.Becoz i used 3750 having 48 gig port and 4 uplinks which are also gigports and whats difference? Is uplinks always used for fibre connectivity? or uplinks have any more features or capability then normal ports!!
I think you should join the CCNP route and switch forum, you will get more exposure then the group you are posting in now.
Uplinks are, in a nutshell used for lans that are running high bandwidth applications, or maybe a server that is attached to switch, or linking switches, or for redundant design, (especially at the distribution layer), or linking to the Core (often with fibre module or port) where bandwidth is obviously crucial. They are all about bandwidth and preventing bottlenecks. (And redundancy)
As far as details, and different switch interface capabilities, they are so variable that its best to look at the product sheet for each model...some people think that kind of boring, but you can learn a lot by reading all the boring details. But definately the CCNP forum is good if you have a specific question.
Thanks for your reply.I joined CCNP group!! as you have suggested me.
no problem, sorry for "blasting" you with my first post I've been a big fat grouch all day...as we say in America.
Lol!! you have change your alias....Your real name is Kevin naa!!
But atlast we become good friends.Thanks again for helping me out!!