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Does anyone know speeds and feeds for this EOL POS? - Everything I keep finding is just for the 6500 series and not the 6509 specifically and as I know jack shit about Cisco, I am fucked, proper

Any idea on the list cost of these boat anchors when they were new?

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Does anyone know speeds and feeds for this EOL POS? - Everything I keep finding is just for the 6500 series and not the 6509 specifically and as I know jack shit about Cisco, I am fucked, proper

Any idea on the list cost of these boat anchors when they were new?

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And yes, they cost a lot brand new.
been all over google and they speak of many a module that i have no idea about and not sure how that would change speeds and price and such - I see the 6500 series is the chasis and then mods are added but I don't know shit about Cisco or even care to but need this info

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Base Chassis cost for a 6503-E is about $13,000.
The IDS Blade is a card and that lists for $29,995.


Is the 6509 and E chassis? If so, here is a short description:


The 9-slot Cisco Catalyst 6509-E Switch provides high port densities that are ideal for many wiring closet, distribution, and core network as well as data center deployments. The Cisco Catalyst 6509-E supports Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series end-to-end operational consistency benefits.

Important Features
Supports all Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series modules, including:

Supervisor engines
Fast Ethernet modules (with IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet [PoE])
Gigabit Ethernet modules (with IEEE 802.3af PoE)
10 Gigabit Ethernet modules
Flex WAN modules
Shared Port Adaptors/SPA Interface Processors
Multi-Gigabit services modules (content services ,firewall, intrusion detection, IP Security [IPSec], VPN, network analysis, and Secure Sockets Layer [SSL] acceleration)
The Cisco Catalyst 6509-E supports both Cisco Catalyst OS and Cisco IOS Software. It also supports up to a 6000W power supply, thus providing the ability to support large numbers of IEEE 802.3af PoE devices.

The Cisco Catalyst 6509-E provides maximum uptime with redundancy and rapid (1 to 3 seconds) stateful failover across supervisor engines. It supports modular Cisco IOS Software to minimize unplanned downtime through self-healing processes and simplifies software changes through subsystem in-service software upgrades.

The Cisco Catalyst 6509-E Firewall Security System is a 9-slot model providing an easily deployed solution that integrates a Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Supervisor Engine 720 (with integrated policy and multilayer switch feature cards [PFC3/MSFC3] for system control, routing services, and dual Gigabit Ethernet ports); a Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Firewall Services Module providing 5 Gbps of firewall services; and 7 additional open slots for further customization.

Cisco Catalyst IPSec VPN systems take advantage of the Cisco 7600/Catalyst 6500 IPSec VPN Services Module and provide up to 2 Gbps of Triple Data Encryption Standard (3DES) encryption. The systems provide a broad suite of services and a multitude of I/O interfaces.

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Thx j - I found some of the speeds and Tech Data too - I figured the Chasis was around $15K or so but I am not sure how they have it built - IDS @ $30K huh? - That was such a "hot market" for a while that the cost to run IDP / IDS was just so crazy but ppl still bought and buy it - Cisco makes EVERYTHING so hard and IOS V1-1million can kiss my ass

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