Cisco Supervisor2 Enhanced - control processor

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Product Id: 26073679

Description: Cisco Supervisor2 Enhanced - Control processor - plug-in module - for Nexus 7000, 7009, 7010, 7010 Fabric-2

Mfr Part #: N7K-SUP2E=

MSRP: $40,000.00

The Cisco Nexus 7000 series Sup2E module is based on a two-quad-core Intel Xeon processor that scales the control plane by harnessing the flexibility and power of the two quad cores. The Sup2E module offers the highest control-plane performance and scalability of the modules: for example, supporting more VDCs and fabric extenders.
Key Points
  • High availability
  • Resilient dedicated connectivity to each fabric and I/O module slot
  • Centralized arbiter
  • Virtual output queuing
  • Embedded packet analyzer
  • Front-panel LEDs
  • Identification (ID) LED
  • USB ports
  • CPU shares
Product Features
  • High availability
    This supervisor module operates in active and standby modes with stateful supervisor failover to enhance total system availability.
  • Resilient dedicated connectivity to each fabric and I/O module slot
    Dual redundant Ethernet out-of-band channels to each module and fabric provide resilience for communication between the control plane and line-card processors.
  • Centralized arbiter
    Active-active control of the flow of traffic through the switch fabric helps ensure transparent switchover with no losses.
  • Virtual output queuing
    A quality-of-service (QoS)-aware lossless fabric avoids the problems associated with head-of-line blocking.
  • Embedded packet analyzer
    An advanced integrated troubleshooting tool reduces the need for dedicated protocol analyzers and provides faster resolution of control-plane problems.
  • Front-panel LEDs
    LEDs provide visible indication of the supervisor ID, active or standby status, power management, and activity on the compact flash drive.
  • Identification (ID) LED
    Using the beacon feature, the administrator can clearly identify the chassis and supervisor module.
  • USB ports
    Ports enable access to USB flash memory devices for software image loading and recovery.
  • CPU shares
    CPU shares enable you to allocate specific amounts of the switch's CPU to a specific VDC. This feature enables you to prioritize VDCs and help ensure that critical VDCs have access to the CPU, and it prevents lower-priority VDCs from negatively affecting higher-priority VDCs.