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The Cisco Catalyst 2900 Series XL switch offers many features attractive to the SOHO (small office/home office) market Let's take a closer look at the 2900 Series XL Most of the features and functions of this series are similar to all the other switches offered by Cisco The Catalyst 2900 Series XL is a full line of 10/100 auto-sensing Fast Ethernet switches supporting a maximum of 64 port-based VLANs There are five different models within the 2900 Series XL Each model offers different port densities, configuration options, and pricing, to meet a broad range of network design requirements All models support the grouping of multiple ports to provide redundant, high-bandwidth connections between switches, servers, and other key network stations Table 6-1 outlines the features of each model in the 2900 Series XL Table 6-1: The 2900 Series XL Hardware Features
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In addition to the 2900 Series XL, Cisco offers switches in the 1900 series for small offices; the 3000 series when modular stacking is required; the 3900 Token Ring series; the 5000 series for full modular and high-performance requirements (typically for larger companies); and the 8500 series for campus backbones 4 includes an overview on the Cisco switch product line and the appropriate scenario for each series
Example Network Designs for 2900 Series XL Routers
Routers and switches play major roles in VLAN design Switches are the core devices that control the grouping of ports into VLANs Routers provide the mechanism for communication among the VLANs The Catalyst 2900 series offers a variety of switches that, when selected and installed correctly, will optimize network performance The 2912 XL, 2924 XL, and 2924M XL are ideal to provide high-performance desktop connectivity This is accomplished by connecting 10/100 bandwidth directly to each workstation and then
connecting back to an Enterprise switch or router The 2924M XL contains two 100BaseFX (FX are fiber) ports for networks that offer connectivity over longer distances (more than two kilometers) EtherChannel, or port grouping, is an additional feature supported by the 2900 series Port grouping allows you to combine multiple ports using Fast EtherChannel and provide redundancy and increased bandwidth back to an enterprise switch or router Figure 6-3 is a network diagram of high-performance desktop connectivity
Figure 6-3: High-performance connections to desktops The Catalyst 2924M XL is also suitable to be deployed in network closets with connections from Ethernet hubs, switches, and local servers; or as a backbone switch for a small to mid-sized company Each server can be allocated its own port, or can take advantage of EtherChannel and use multiple ports for redundancy and greater bandwidth Workstations can be connected to hubs, smaller switches, or directly into the switch backbone Figure 6-4 is a network diagram for workgroup aggregation
Figure 6-4: Enterprise workgroup aggregation The 12-port Catalyst 2912MF XL is ideal for aggregating geographically dispersed Fast Ethernet workgroups, over 100BaseFX fiber connections on a small or mid-sized campus environment connected with fiber Figure 6-5 is a network diagram for dispersed building aggregation
Figure 6-5: Dispersed building aggregation
Profile of a Switched Network
A properly switched network is composed of three basic components: The physical switching platform A common software infrastructure Network management tools and applications
Switching Platforms
There are three types of platforms available to provide the switching technology: LAN switches, ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) switches, and routers ATM switches and routers provide limited switching technology and are described here only briefly This discussion focuses on LAN switches LAN SWITCHES A LAN switch consists of many ports that connect to LAN segments A switch may have all Token Ring LAN ports, or it may have Ethernet LAN ports in addition to a high-speed port (such as 100 Mbps Ethernet, FDDI, or 155 Mbps ATM) that connects to other network devices Depending on your network architecture, the high-speed ports could be connected to a network device such as a backbone switch or router This connection allows the switch to have connectivity to other LANs and WANs The LAN interfaces can either be dedicated to one workstation or server, or be attached to a hub that connects several workstations or servers together Performance can be improved by connecting existing hubs, populated with lower-end users, to a switch port The collision domain will then be reduced to the number of users on the hub The other ports in the switch can be used to connect servers or high-end users that require substantial bandwidth Figure 6-6 shows the difference between shared and dedicated interfaces
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