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Re: So, Cisco?
From: kbrown () primelink com
Date: Thu, 23 Apr 1998 08:15:57 -0500

Perhaps he was mis-spoken... I got ahold of someone internal to Cisco who
faxed me a bit more information (summarized below:)

similar to the PA-H
supports speeds up to 45Mbps
requires IOS 11.3.(3)T or later
supported on 3620 and 3640
support for 2600 "not planned"

So..either the document I received was in error, or all the "heads" aren't
talking.  I think perhaps the latter is more correct, as this product isn't
listed anywhere on CCO.





"Scott A. Keoseyan" <falcon () labyrinth org> on 04/22/98 09:53:22 PM

To:   Kevin Brown/Huber & Associates
cc:
Subject:  Re: So, Cisco?




We had the product manager for the 2600 in our office the other day.  He
claimed that the 2600 is able to use the NM-1HSSI... I asked him
directly...

Scott


On Wed, 22 Apr 1998 kbrown () primelink com wrote:

  > According to the limited information I received, the NM-1HSSI is
capable of
  > handling 45Mbps. The information I received did not disclose details of
  > interoperability with the 2600-series.  A full product data sheet
should be
  > available soon.
  >
  >
  > Kevin Brown
  > Networking Engineer
  > kbrown () primelink com
  >
  > Huber & Associates, Inc.
  > http://www.primelink.com/haa
  >
  >
  >
  >
  >
  > Al Reuben <alex () nac net> on 04/22/98 03:57:17 PM
  >
  > To:   nanog () merit edu
  > cc:    (bcc: Kevin Brown/Huber & Associates)
  > Subject:  So, Cisco?
  >
  >
  >
  >
  >
  >
  > So, I saw in the Cisco price guide, under 3600 Series:
  >
  >
  > NM-1HSSI   Single port HSSI network module for 3640 and 3620
$6,000
  >
  >
  > First, I can't find anything about it on the website. Second, if anyone
at
  > Cisco would care to comment, how fast will this card go before the box
  > starts to mel? And last, will it now/ever work in a 2600?
  >
  >
  > Thanks!
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