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RE: is there a market for this?
On Mon, 21 Jul 1997, Dorian R. Kim wrote: ==>I'm pretty sure the 7200's bridged 3 PCI buses are the fast PCI bus, ==>clocking at 533 MBps, but just because they come out with an interface ==>for a box doesn't meant that that box can realistically support it. ==>It's not unheard of for vendors to come out with a box that you can ==>over subscribe. 7200's max throughput is about 3-4 DS3s.. ==> ==>Also, 7200s don't have VIP2s. 7200 is basically a VIP2 in a chassis. If I remember right, the published bandwidth per bus on CCO is 300 Mbps. One of the buses is only used for the I/O controller fast ethernet port. The other two buses cover the odd slots and the even slots (if I remember right). /cah