Tag: Network device architecture

Nexus F1 vs F2 vs F3 Card

Nexus 7K Platform has been the one of the best choice for Data Center Installations for its high performance, scalability and feature support. It is the network foundation
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Default VDC vs Admin VDC

Network administrators and Newbies who are introduced to Nexus Platforms especially Nexus 7000 series have many queries on VDC (Virtual Device Context) like – what is VDC all
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Modem vs Router

A Router is a device which acts as an interface between two networks ie LAN and WAN. It forwards packets based on network addresses (Internet Protocol addresses) between
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OpenDaylight

The OpenDaylight Project is a collaborative open source project in a vendor-neutral environment. The goal of the project is to accelerate the adoption of software-defined networking (SDN) and
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Stackwise plus vs Stackwise-480

Stackwise Plus architecture was introduced with 3750-X series catalyst switch product line while Stackwise -480 was introduced with 3850 catalyst Switch product line. Clearly StackWise-480 is the superior
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FlexStack vs. StackWise Plus

Cisco has been consistently evolving the stack technology especially over Access layer catalyst Switch platforms to meet the ever demanding application and services performance needs. With the onset
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Stacking vs Chassis

The argument on Stackable Switches and Chassis based switches has been there for long.Prima facie, Stackable switches are understood to be for medium and low end customers which
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