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

> On Jul 25, 2017, at 7:25 PM, James Braunegg <> 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
  Speed:                 40000
  Speed:                 1000,10000,25000,40000,50000,100000
  Speed:                 40000
  Speed:                 1000,10000,25000,40000,50000,100000
  Speed:                 40000
  Speed:                 40000

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


Anybody had any luck sourcing 2x25G NICs for Cisco UCS servers?


Tim Stevenson,
Routing & Switching CCIE #5561
Distinguished Engineer, Technical Marketing
Data Center Switching
Cisco -

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