Cisco Nexus 93180YC Switch Feedback

Tim Stevenson tstevens at cisco.com
Wed Jul 26 03:31:54 CST 2017


At 07:39 PM 7/25/2017  Tuesday, Bill Woodcock opined:

> > On Jul 25, 2017, at 7:25 PM, James Braunegg 
> <james.braunegg at micron21.com> wrote:
> >
> > Dear Nanog
> >
> > Just wondering if anyone is using the Cisco 
> Nexus 93180YC with the LAN enterprise license 
> and has any honest feedback about this 
> platform, especially if you are using VXLAN 
> routing and eVPN, would love to hear from you.
> >
> > For those that don't know the Cisco Nexus 
> 93180YC is a 1RU switch with 48 x 25gbit ports 
> SFP+ ports (1G, 10G or 25G) + 6 x 100gbit QSFP uplink ports. (40G, 50G or 100G)
>
>We’ve started testing them, as well as the 
>92160YCX and C92300YC, for IXP use.  Notably 
>only four of the six 100G ports on the 92160YCX 
>will run at 100G, leaving two at 40G.


Actually, only two.

tstevens-92160yc-1# sh int cap | beg 1/49 | eg Eth|Speed
Ethernet1/49
   Speed:                 40000
Ethernet1/50
   Speed:                 1000,10000,25000,40000,50000,100000
Ethernet1/51
   Speed:                 40000
Ethernet1/52
   Speed:                 1000,10000,25000,40000,50000,100000
Ethernet1/53
   Speed:                 40000
Ethernet1/54
   Speed:                 40000
tstevens-92160yc-1#


All 6 on 93180YC EX/FX are 100G capable.

Tim



>Anybody had any luck sourcing 2x25G NICs for Cisco UCS servers?
>
>                                 -Bill
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Tim Stevenson, tstevens at cisco.com
Routing & Switching CCIE #5561
Distinguished Engineer, Technical Marketing
Data Center Switching
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