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VLAN Capabilities

Discussion in 'Routing & Switching' started by Ka151, Apr 12, 2007.

  1. Ka151

    Ka151 Bit Poster


    Cisco.com is becomming difficult to find information these days being slow and having too much there.

    Can anyone help point me to any information on the max number of VLANS a 6500 switch can support?

    I've been asked to provide more information on this, but struggling to find any definitive numbers.

    Any help?
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  2. onoski

    onoski Terabyte Poster

    Have you googled it? You'd be surprised as I personally in the past have found useful info this way to resolve an Agresso database issue that was not listed in suppliers manuals:D
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  3. Phoenix
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    Phoenix 53656e696f7220 4d6f64


    bear in mind the supervisor in use may impose hard limits that hinder that many vlans, such as ipv4 route limits etc, most modern sup mods can manage all of them tho
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  4. BosonMichael
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    BosonMichael Yottabyte Poster

    Cisco.com is slow? :blink Comes up immediately for me.

    There's not too much there if you know how to search well, either using their own site, or by using Google with the site:cisco.com keyword (my preferred method). Give it a try - it works great.
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  5. Ka151

    Ka151 Bit Poster

    Many thanks for that g00gle tip i'll give it a bash.

    Yes Cisco.com appears slow in the UK generally for me whereever i am, especially in the partner central area, trying to use config builder and other such tools allowed on my CCO login.

    Maybe being in the States somehow means you get a quicker response im not too certain. Although we have a cisco.co.uk all tech resource seems to be an extension of the .com that probably resides in the states.

    Thanks for the useful tip, will try and see how i get on, right study for my ARCH exam must continue, even on a Friday night :(
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