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MS355-48X2 switchport distribution

Hey,

 

I'm preparing a configuration for an MS355-48X2 switch, which is the first one I've worked with.

Does anyone else have one, who might help me with how ports are distributed on the frontpanel?

 

What port(numbers) are GbE? mGig? 

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Re: MS355-48X2 switchport distribution

I'm a bit jeaous as don't have one yet, but it should go in this order:

Gig->mGig - 10G -40G

 

So for your MS355-48X2 it should be

1-24 1G

25-48 mGig

49-52 10G

53-54  40G

 

 

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Re: MS355-48X2 switchport distribution

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Re: MS355-48X2 switchport distribution

Hi 

Please check the following Url. Hope this document answers your question.

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/MS/MS_Overview_and_Specifications/MS355_Overview_and_Specifications

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Re: MS355-48X2 switchport distribution

I'm a bit jeaous as don't have one yet, but it should go in this order:

Gig->mGig - 10G -40G

 

So for your MS355-48X2 it should be

1-24 1G

25-48 mGig

49-52 10G

53-54  40G

 

 

Kind of a big deal

Re: MS355-48X2 switchport distribution

I agree with @Marcel.  I zoomed in on the image here:

https://meraki.cisco.com/products/switches/ms355-48x2

The last two groups of ports where mGig (25-32 and 33-48).

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Re: MS355-48X2 switchport distribution


@Marcel wrote:

I'm a bit jeaous as don't have one yet, but it should go in this order:

Gig->mGig - 10G -40G

 

So for your MS355-48X2 it should be

1-24 1G

25-48 mGig

49-52 10G

53-54  40G

 

 


Awesome, that is also my suspicion @Marcel. Thank you, and @PhilipDAth aswell. 🙂

 

It wasn't to much the switch specs, but more, which ports are GbE and which are MGig. Then I can make sure the technician onsite cables things correctly. 🙂

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