[mrtg] Re: Cisco Comparison Question

Daniel J McDonald dmcdonald at digicontech.com
Wed Nov 8 19:16:07 MET 2000

The 2980G, although it has a very similar name to the 2924XL, is a
"different breed of cat".  It is based on the Granite chipset acquisition
and runs the same OS as the Catalyst 4000/5000/6000.

Daniel J McDonald - CCIE 2495, CNX
Principal Network Specialist
Digicon Technologies
dmcdonald at digicontech.com

Digicon - A Cisco Systems Partner, Silver Certified.

> -----Original Message-----
> Behalf Of Chairman of the Bored
> Subject: [mrtg] Re: Cisco Comparison Question
> At 09:49 AM 11/8/2000 -0800, you wrote:
> >
> >At 12:41 PM 11/8/2000 -0500, Krawczyk, Jeff wrote:
> >
> >>Greetings;
> >>
> >>Can anyone offer some insight on the comparison between the
> Cisco Catalyst
> >>2980G vrs. the Catalyst 3548XL?
> >>I have the specs but I would really love to hear from an
> actual user. My
> >>areas of concern are:
> >
> >I have a 2900 (something) and the thing absolutely rocks.
> Amazing switch
> >for the money.  Not extremely upgradable, only 24 ports but
> othewise rock
> >solid.
> i have a 2924xlen (the en stands for enterprise) i sell 'em
> all day long
> at something like $1800. and it does everything i've ever
> neede3d, you
> can even cluster them :) the one i'm using in my home has
> lived through
> having a tree branch go through the window above it and get
> rained on for
> days (there was water in the chassis) and 2 lightning
> strikes, so... :)

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