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Re: Re: CCIE Lab 4006 SupIII - 3550 [7:48610] posted 07/11/2002
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That will help us out then.  There are a few here studying for our
certifications and knowing this will ease our minds a bit.

Kim

> 
> From: "Rajesh Kumar" 
> Date: 2002/07/11 Thu PM 03:03:34 EDT
> To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: CCIE Lab 4006 SupIII - 3550 [7:48610]
> 
> As far as the CLI is concerned you DO NOT need to worry about that. 
> Absolutely there is
> no diff. between CAT 4k with sup3 with 3550 switches.  You have no problems
> in using it.
> 
> Rajesh
> 
> 
> Kim Graham wrote:
> 
> > We are creating a lab at work to support a few functions. One of the
> > functions is a training lab for CCIE prep.  We use 4006 switches in our
> > closets and will be a part of this lab.
> >
> > My question is: If  we use a SupIII engine in a 4006 how different is it
> > from a 3550?  Or would a 65xx work? We may be able to ask for a 3550 but
if
> > not we are trying to find something with similar functionalities and
> service
> > capabilities.
> >
> > Kim




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