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Troubleshooting Guide

CloudEngine 16800, 12800, 12800E, 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800 Series Switches

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What Are the Naming Conventions of CloudEngine Series Switches and Cards?

What Are the Naming Conventions of CloudEngine Series Switches and Cards?

CloudEngine 12800 and 12800E

Figure 22-38 shows the naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800 and 12800E series switches.

Figure 22-38 Naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800 and 12800E series switches

Table 22-20 describes the naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800 and 12800E series switches.

Table 22-20 Naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800 and 12800E series switches

Identifier

Meaning

Description

A

CloudEngine series data center core switches

Stands for the CloudEngine 12800 and 12800E series data center core switches.

B

Number of LPU slots

  • 04: The chassis has 4 line card slots.
  • 08: The chassis has 8 line card slots.
  • 12: The chassis has 12 line card slots.
  • 16: The chassis has 16 line card slots.

C

Extended field

S: slim, chassis with a smaller depth. Two slim chassis models are available: CE12804S and CE12808S.

E: Enhanced model. Three enhanced chassis models are available: CE12804E, CE12808E, and CE12816E.

Cards

Figure 22-39 shows the naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800's line cards.

Figure 22-39 Naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800's line cards

Table 22-21 describes the naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800's line cards.

Table 22-21 Naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800's line cards

Identifier

Meaning

Description

A

Brand

It is fixed as CE, representing CloudEngine.

B

Line card type

  • L: Line Processing Unit for CloudEngine 12800 series switches
  • F: Flexible Service Unit for CloudEngine 12800 series switches

C

Number of interfaces on the card

For a line card with different types of interfaces, this field stands for the number of downlink interfaces. It has two digits. The first digit is 0 if the card has fewer than 10 interfaces.

D

Interface rate

  • G: GE interface
  • X: 10GE interface
  • Y: 25GE interface
  • L: 40GE interface
  • C: 100GE interface

E

Interface type

  • T: Base-T interface
  • S: SFP/SFP+ interface
  • X: XFP interface
  • Q: QSFP+/QSFP28 interface
  • F: CFP/CFP2/CFP4 interface
  • C: CXP interface

F

Line card specifications

  • BA/EA/EC/EC1: basic specifications
  • ED/EF/EG/FD/FD1/FG/FG1/SD: enhanced specifications

Figure 22-40 shows the naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800E's line cards.

Figure 22-40 Naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800E's line cards

Table 22-22 describes the naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800E's line cards.

Table 22-22 Naming conventions of the CloudEngine 12800E's line cards

Identifier

Meaning

Description

A

Brand

It is fixed as CE, representing CloudEngine.

B

Line card type

  • L: Line Processing Unit for CloudEngine 12800E series switches
  • F: Flexible Service Unit for CloudEngine 12800E series switches

C

Number of interfaces on the card

For a line card with different types of interfaces, this field stands for the number of downlink interfaces. It has two digits. The first digit is 0 if the card has fewer than 10 interfaces.

D

Interface rate

  • G: GE interface
  • X: 10GE interface
  • Y: 25GE interface
  • L: 40GE interface
  • C: 100GE interface

E

Interface type

  • T: Base-T interface
  • S: SFP/SFP+ interface
  • X: XFP interface
  • Q: QSFP+/QSFP28 interface
  • F: CFP/CFP2/CFP4 interface
  • C: CXP interface

F

Line card specifications

ED/EG/EGA/FD: enhanced specifications

G

Applicable chassis model

E: line card applicable to CloudEngine 12800E chassis

X: line card with the XGS chip

CloudEngine 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800

Figure 22-41 shows the naming conventions of the CloudEngine 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800 series switches.

Figure 22-41 Naming conventions of the CloudEngine 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800 series switches

Table 22-23 describes the naming conventions of the CloudEngine 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800 series switches.

Table 22-23 CloudEngine 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800 series switches naming conventions

Field

Meaning

A

CloudEngine series data center switches
  • CE88: CE8800 series
  • CE78: CE7800 series
  • CE68: CE6800 series
  • CE58: CE5800 series

B

Product model category:

  • 10: basic model
  • 20: standard model
  • 50/51/55/56/80/81: advanced model
  • 60/61/68: model with flexible cards
  • 70/75: large-buffer model
NOTE:

Among CE6800 series switches, the CE6860EI, CE6863, and CE6865EI provide fixed 25GE ports.

C

Special function flag. This flag is not present if the product does not provide special functions.

U: The product supports FC ports.

D

Number and type of downlink interfaces:

  • T: GE/10GBase-T electrical interfaces

  • S: GE/10GE SFP+ optical interfaces or 25GE SFP28 optical interfaces

  • Q: 40GE quad small form-factor pluggable plus (QSFP+) optical interfaces

  • xC: For a model supporting flexible service units, x stands for the number of slots and C is a slot identifier.

E

Number and types of uplink interfaces:
  • T: GE/10GBase-T electrical interfaces

  • S: GE/10GE SFP+ optical interfaces

  • Q: 40GE QSFP+ optical interfaces

  • CQ: 40GE/100GE QSFP28 optical interfaces

NOTE:

This field is not present in the product name if the product has only fixed interfaces and the uplink and downlink interfaces are the same type or if the product supports flexible service units.

F

Product model type:

  • LI: model providing basic functions

  • EI: model providing enhanced functions

  • HI: model providing advanced functions

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