Product Documentation

Common Hardware Components

Jul 31, 2017

Note

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Each platform has front panel and back panel hardware components. The front panel has an LCD display and an RS232 serial console port. The number, type, and location of ports vary by hardware platform for the following transceivers: copper Ethernet, copper and fiber 1G SFP, 10GSFP+, and 40G QSFP+. The back panel provides access to the fan and the field replaceable units (power supplies, and solid-state and hard-disk drives).

This document includes the following details:

LCD Display and LED Status Indicators

The LCD display on the front of every appliance displays messages about the current operating status of the appliance. These messages communicate whether your appliance has started properly and is operating normally. If the appliance is not operating normally, the LCD displays troubleshooting messages.

The LCD displays real-time statistics, diagnostic information, and active alerts. The dimensions of the LCD limit the display to two lines of 16 characters each, causing the displayed information to flow through a sequence of screens. Each screen shows information about a specific function.

The LCD has a neon backlight. Normally, the backlight glows steadily. When there is an active alert, it blinks rapidly. If the alert information exceeds the LCD screen size, the backlight blinks at the beginning of each display screen. When the appliance shuts down, the backlight remains on for one minute and then automatically turns off.

There are nine types of display screens on the LCD display. The first two screens in the following list, the booting screen and the startup screen, appear when your appliance is starting up. The other screens, except the out-of-service screen, can appear while the appliance is operating. They show configuration information, alerts, HTTP information, network traffic information, CPU load information, and port information for your appliance.

Booting Screen.
The booting screen is displayed immediately after the appliance is turned on. The first line displays the hardware platform, as shown in the following figure.
Figure 1. LCD Booting Screen


The newer MPX appliances display NSMPX followed by the platform number in the first line. For example, the MPX 7500/9500 appliances display NSMPX-7500. To view the model number, at the NetScaler command line, type show license. Scroll to the end of the command output to view the model number.

Startup Screen.
The startup screen is displayed for a few seconds after the appliance successfully begins operation. The first line displays the hardware platform, and the second line displays the software version and build number, as shown in the following figure.
Figure 2. LCD Startup Screen


Out-of-Service Screen.
The out-of-service screen is displayed when the appliance has undergone a controlled shutdown, as shown in the following figure.
Figure 3. LCD Out-of-service Screen

 
Configuration Screen.
The first line displays the appliance status (STA, PRI, or SEC) and uptime. STA indicates that the appliance is in standalone mode, PRI indicates that the appliance is a primary node in a high availability (HA) pair, and SEC indicates that the appliance is a secondary node in an HA pair. Appliance uptime is displayed in HH:MM format. The second line displays the IP address of the appliance, as shown in the following figure.
Figure 4. LCD Configuration Screen


Alert Screen.
The first line displays the appliance status (STA, PRI, or SEC). STA indicates that the appliance is in standalone mode, PRI indicates that the appliance is a primary node in a high availability (HA) pair, and SEC indicates that the appliance is a secondary node in an HA pair. The second line displays the IP address of the appliance.
Figure 5. LCD Known Alert Screen

 
HTTP Statistics Screen.
The first line displays the rate of HTTP GETS per second. The second line displays the rate of HTTP POSTS per second, as shown in the following figure.
Figure 6. LCD HTTP Statistics Screen

 
Network Traffic Statistics Screen.
The first line displays the rate at which data is received, in megabits per second. The second line displays the rate of data transmission, in megabits per second, as shown in the following figure.
Figure 7. LCD Network Traffic Statistics Screen

 
CPU Load, Memory, and Connections Screen.
The first line displays CPU utilization and memory utilization as percentages. The second line displays the ratio of the number of server connections to the number of client connections.
Note: If the number of server or client connections exceeds 99,999, the number is displayed in thousands, indicated by the letter K.
Figure 8. LCD CPU Load, Memory, and Connections Screen

 
Port Information Screen.
The S row displays port speed, flow control, and duplex information. The R row displays megabits received per second on the interface. The first port in each row is the management port.
Figure 9. Port Information for an 8-port Appliance


Figure 10. Port Information for a 10-port Appliance


The following table defines the various abbreviations and symbols that appear in the S row of the port information screen.
Table 1. Port Abbreviations and Symbols for S Row

S row abbreviation/symbol

Indicates



A rate of 10 megabits per second, full duplex mode, and flow control OFF.



A rate of 100 megabits per second, full duplex mode, and flow control OFF.



A rate of 1 gigabit per second, full duplex mode, and flow control OFF.



A rate of 10 gigabits per second, full duplex mode, and flow control OFF.



A disconnected port.
Note: The R row does not display an abbreviation or symbol for a disconnected port.


Receive flow control regardless of speed or duplex mode.



Transmit flow control regardless of speed or duplex mode.



Receive and transmit flow control regardless of speed or duplex mode.



A rate of 10 megabits per second, half duplex mode, and flow control OFF.



A rate of 100 megabits per second, half duplex mode, and flow control OFF.



A rate of 1 gigabit per second, half duplex mode, and flow control OFF.

The following table defines the various abbreviations and symbols that appear in the R row of the port information screen.

Table 2. Port Abbreviations and Symbols for R Row

R row abbreviation/symbol

Indicates



The port is disabled.



Receive speed is about 10% of line speed.



Receive speed is about 50% of line speed.



Receive speed is about 75% of line speed.



Receive speed is about 100% of line speed.

On the appliance’s back panel, system status LEDs indicate the overall status of the appliance. The following table describes the indicators of the system status LED.

Note: System status LEDs are available on only the MPX 22040/22060/22080/22100/22120 and MPX 24100/24150 appliances.

On the appliance’s back panel, power status LEDs indicate the status of each power supply. The following table describes the indicators of the power status LED.

Table 3. System Status LEDs

LED Color

LED Indicates

OFF

No power

Green

Appliance is receiving power

Red

Appliance has detected an error

The port LEDs show whether a link is established and traffic is flowing through the port. The following table describes the LED indicators for each port. There are two LED indicators for each port type.

Note: This section applies to all the appliances.

Table 4. LED Port-Status Indicators

 

Port Type

LED
Location
LED
Function
 

LED Color

LED Indicates

(10Gbps)

Top

Speed

Off

No connection.

Solid blue

Traffic rate of 10 gigabits per second.

Bottom

Link/ Activity

Off

No link.

Solid green

Link is established but no traffic is passing through the port.

Blinking green

Traffic is passing through the port.

1G SFP
(1 Gbps)

Left

Link/ Activity

Off

No link.

Solid green

Link is established but no traffic is passing through the port.

Blinking green

Traffic is passing through the port.

Right

Speed

Off

No connection.

Yellow

Traffic rate of 1 gigabit per second.

Ethernet (RJ45)

Left

Speed

Off

No connection, or a traffic rate of 10 megabits per second (Mbps).

Green

Traffic rate of 100 Mbps.

Yellow

Traffic rate of 1 gigabit per second.

Right

Link/ Activity

Off

No link.

 

Left

 

Solid green

Link is established but no traffic is passing through the port.

Blinking green

Traffic is passing through the port.

Management (RJ45)

Left

Right

Speed

Off

No connection, or a traffic rate of 10 megabits per second (Mbps).

Green

Traffic rate of 100 Mbps.

Amber

Traffic rate of 1 gigabit per second.

Right

Link/ Activity

Off

No link.

Solid yellow

Link is established but no traffic is passing through the port.

On each power supply, a bicolor LED indicator shows the condition of the power supply. 

Table 5. 3Y Power Supply LED Behavior

Platforms WHERE USED LIST:

 

 

 

 

450W AC

450W DC

1000W AC

1000W DC

1200

W AC

 

 

 

3Y Power Supply used on Platforms (Model No) :

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


8900/8800/8600/8400/8200/
8000/8200

8015/8010/8005/8000

7500/7600/9500/9600/
9700-10G/9700/10500-10G/10500/12500-10G/12500/15500/9500-12500/9500

Same as AC 450W

14000/T1310/

25000/
[14xxx/25xxx]
14100/14080/
4060/14040/
14030/14020/
5200/25160/2
100/25080/
25060/
T1300/

25000/25xxxseries

25xxx series

 

 

450W AC

450W DC

1000W AC

1000W DC

1200W AC

 

LED behavior when

YM-2451CAR

YM-2451DBR

YM-2102NA01R

YM-2102JA01R

YM-2122CA01R

1

No Power to any power supply

Off

Off

Off

Off

Off

2

No power to this power supply

Flashing RED

Flashing RED

Flashing RED

Flashing RED

Flashing RED

3

Power supply is in standby mode

Flashing GREEN

Flashing BLUE

Flashing GREEN

Flashing GREEN

Flashing GREEN

4

Power supply is functional

GREEN

BLUE

GREEN

GREEN

GREEN

5

Power supply failure

RED

RED

RED

RED

RED

6

Warning (OVP/UVP/OCP/OTP/Fan)

-

-

-

Flashing RED/GREEN

-

Note

The following legacy platforms use the 300W 3Y power supply: 5850/5750/5650/5550/5500/5600.

Table 6. Acbel 450W Power Supply LED Behavior

 

 

 

450W AC

450W DC

 

 

 

Acbel PS used on Platforms (Model No) :

 

5900- Hasta

8900-Gladius

5900- Hasta

8900-Gladius

 

 

450W AC

450W DC

 

LED behavior when

R1BA2451B-GE9A

R1B02451A

1

No Power to any power supply

Off

Off

2

No power to this power supply

Flashing RED

Flashing RED

3

Power supply is in standby mode

Flashing GREEN

Flashing BLUE

4

Power supply is functional

GREEN

BLUE

5

Power supply failure

RED

RED

6

Warning (OVP/UVP/OCP/OTP/Fan)

-

-

Note

DC Power supplies uses Blue LEDs in order to better separate it from the AC unit. There first prototype units came with a green LED. Second build and forward moving will all come with blue.

Table 7. Zippy 960W Power Supply LED Behavior

 

 

960W AC

960W DC

 

Zippy PS used on Platforms:

 

 

20500/11540T/
11500T/

11542/11540/11530

/11520/11515/

11504/11500/
18500/16500/14500/13500/11500/

Same as AC.

 

 

 

 

960W AC

960W DC

 

LED behavior when

G1W2-5960V3V Rev.5

DG1W-3960V

1

No Power to any power supply

Off

Off

2

No power to this power supply

Continuous beep sound

Continuous beep sound

3

Power supply is in standby mode

-

-

4

Power supply is functional (Power ON)

GREEN

GREEN

5

Power supply failure

-

-

6

Warning (OVP/UVP/OCP/OTP/Fan)

-

-

Note

Power Supply Unit ON-Green

Power Supply Unit  OFF- No Color

There is no other function other than ON or OFF for the module LEDs. A continuous beep sound occurs if a cable or module is unplugged. 

Shown below is an Alarm Button on the back side (rear end) of the chassis, near the power supply to mute the continuous beep sound/alarm.

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Table 8. Flex (750W) Power Supplies LED Behavior

 

 

 

750W AC

750W DC

 

 

 

Flex PS used on Platforms (Model No):

 

T1200/24150/24100/

24080/22000/22120/

22100/22080/22060/

22040/22000

Same as in AC.

 

 

 

750W AC

750W DC

 

LED behavior when

F750E-XX A00

 

1

No Power to any power supply

Off

Off

2

No power to this power supply

LED goes off

LED goes off

3

Power supply is in standby mode

-

-

4

Power supply is functional (Power On)

GREEN

GREEN

5

Power supply failure

-

-

6

Warning (OVP/UVP/OCP/OTP/Fan)

-

-

Note

Power Supply Unit ON-Green

Power Supply Unit  OFF- No Color

There is no other function other than ON or OFF for the module LEDs. A continuous beep sound occurs if a cable or module is unplugged. 

Ports

Ports are used to connect the appliance to external devices. NetScaler appliances support RS232 serial ports, 10/100/1000Base-T copper Ethernet ports, 1-gigabit copper and fiber 1G SFP ports, 10-gigabit fiber SFP+,
10G Base-T, 40G QSFP+ ports. All NetScaler appliances have a combination of some or all of these ports. For details on the type and number of ports available on your appliance, see the section describing that platform.

RS232 Serial Port

The RS232 serial console port provides a connection between the appliance and a computer, allowing direct access to the appliance for initial configuration or troubleshooting.

All hardware platforms ship with an appropriate serial cable used to connect your computer to the appliance. For instructions on connecting your computer to the appliance, see Installing the Hardware.

Copper Ethernet Ports

The copper Ethernet ports installed on many models of the appliance are standard RJ45 ports.

There are two types of copper Ethernet ports that may be installed on your appliance:

10/100BASE-T port
The 10/100BASE-T port has a maximum transmission speed of 100 megabits per second (Mbps). Most platforms have at least one 10/100BASE-T port.
10/100/1000BASE-T port
The 10/100/1000BASE-T port has a maximum transmission speed of 1 gigabit per second, ten times faster than the other type of copper Ethernet port. Most platforms have at least one 10/100/1000Base-T port.

To connect any of these ports to your network, you plug one end of a standard Ethernet cable into the port and plug the other end into the appropriate network connector.

Management Ports

Management ports are standard copper Ethernet ports (RJ45), which are used for direct access to the appliance for system administration functions.

1G SFP, 10G SFP+, and 40G QSFP+ Ports

A 1G SFP port can operate at a speed of 1 Gbps. It accepts either a copper 1G SFP transceiver for operation as a copper Ethernet port, or a fiber 1G SFP transceiver for operation as a fiber optic port.

The 10G SFP+ and Base-T 10G, 40G QSFP+ are high-speed ports that can operate at speeds of up to 40 Gbps. You need a fiber optic cable to connect to a port. If the other end of the fiber optic cable is attached to a 1G SFP port, the 10G SFP+ port automatically negotiates to match the speed of the 1G SFP port.

Ports Compatibility

On some appliances, the 10G slot supports copper 1G transceivers, which can operate at up to 1 Gbps in a 10 Gbps slot.

Note:  Certain platforms have 10G slots that do not support copper transceivers. Check with your account representative for support details.

Note: You cannot insert a fiber 1G transceiver into a 10G slot.

Note: You cannot insert a 10G transceiver into a 1G slot.

The following tables list the maximum distance specifications for NetScaler pluggable media (1G SFP, 10G SFP+, and QSFP+ transceivers).

Note: The tables are categorized by 1G pluggable media and 10G pluggable media.

The 10G SFP+, modules are dual-speed capable and support both 1G and 10G, depending on the peer switch that the model connects to. These are listed in both tables.

Both tables have the following columns:
  • SKU: Citrix maintains multiple SKUs for the same part.
  • Description: The price list description of the part.
  • Transmit Wavelength: The nominal transmit wavelength.
  • Cable/Fiber Type: Fiber characteristics affect the maximum transmit distance achievable. This is especially true with 10G on multi-mode fiber (MMF), where various dispersion components become dominant. For more information, see http://www.thefoa.org/tech/ref/basic/fiber.html.
  • Typical Reach: Maximum transmit distance.
  • Products: Some chassis are available with different media options. Use the appropriate data sheet to confirm that your particular chassis type supports the media.

1G Pluggable Media

The following table lists the maximum distance specifications for 1G transceivers.

Table 9. Copper 1G SFP Distance Specifications

 

Description

Transmitter Wavelength (nm)

Cable Type

Typical Reach (m)

Products

Citrix

NetScaler 1G SFP Ethernet

Copper (100m) – 4 Pack

n/a

Category

5 (Cat-5)

Copper Cable

100 m

MPX 7500/9500,
MPX 8005/8015/8200/8400/8600/880,
MPX 9700/10500/12500/15500,
MPX 14020/14030/14040/14060

MPX 22040/22060/22080/22100/22120,
MPX 24100/24150

Table 10. Short Reach Fiber 1G SFP Distance Specifications

 

Description

Transmitter Wavelength (nm)

Fiber Type

Typical Reach (m)

Products

Citrix NetScaler 1G SFP

Ethernet SX (300m) – 4 Pack

850nm (nominal)

50/125um MMF, 2000MHz- km (OM3)

550 m

MPX 7500/9500, MPX 8005/8015/ 8200/8400/8600/8800,

MPX

9700/10500/12500/15500,

 

 MPX 22040/22060/22080/22100/22120, MPX 24100/24150

50/125um MMF,

500MHz-km (OM2)

550 m

50/125um MMF,

400MHz-km

550 m

62.5/125um MMF,

200MHz-km (OM1)

300 m

62.5/125um MMF,

160MHz-km

300 m


 

Table 11. Short Reach Fiber 1G SFP Distance Specifications

 

 

Description

Transmitter Wavelength (nm)

Fiber Type

Typical Reach (m)

Products

Citrix NetScaler 1G SFP

Ethernet Short Range (300m) -

Single

850nm (nominal)

50/125um MMF, 2000MHz- km (OM3)

550 m

MPX 8005/8015/8200/8400/8600/8800, MPX 9700/10500/12500/15500, MPX 17500/19500/21500, MPX

11500/13500/14500/16500/18500/20500, MPX 11515/11520/11530/11540/11542, MPX 22040/22060/22080/22100/22120, MPX 24100/24150

 

50/125um MMF,

500MHz-km (OM2)

550 m

50/125um MMF,

400MHz-km

550 m

62.5/125um MMF,

200MHz-km (OM1)

275 m

62.5/125um MMF,

160MHz-km

220 m

 

Table 12. Long Reach Fiber 1G SFP Distance Specifications

 

Description

Transmitter Wavelength (nm)

Fiber Type

Typical Reach (m)

Products

Citrix
NetScaler
1G SFP
Ethernet
LX - Single

 

1310nm
(nominal)
9/125um
SMF

10 km

MPX 7500/9500, MPX 8005/8015/
8200/8400/8600/8800, MPX9700/10500/12500/15500,
MPX22040/22060/22080/22100/22120,
MPX 24100/24150

 

Table 13. Long Reach Fiber 1G SFP Distance Specifications

 

 

Description

Transmitter Wavelength (nm)

Fiber Type

Typical Reach (m)

Products

Citrix
NetScaler
1G SFP
Ethernet
Long Range
(10km) - Single
1310nm
(nominal)
9/125um
SMF

10 km

MPX 8005/8015/8200/8400/8600/8800,
MPX 9700/10500/12500/15500, MPX17500/19500/21500, MPX11500/13500/14500/16500/18500/20500,
MPX 11515/11520/11530/11540/11542,
MPX 22040/22060/22080/22100/22120,
MPX 24100/24150

10 GE Pluggable Media

The following table lists the maximum distance specifications for 10G transceivers.

Table 14. Short Reach Fiber 10G SFP+ Distance Specifications

 

Description

Transmitter Wavelength (nm)

Fiber Type

Typical Reach (m)

Products

Citrix NetScaler 10G SFP+

Ethernet Short Range (300m) -

Single

850nm (nominal)

50/125um MMF, 2000MHz- km (OM3)

300 m

MPX5550, MPX5650, MPX5750, MPX5500, MPX7500 MPX9500,

MPX 8005/8015/8200/8400/8600/8800, MPX 9700/10500/12500/15500,
MPX 17500/19500/21500,
MPX11500/13500/14500/16500/18500/2050,
MPX 11515/11520/11530/11540/11542, MPX14020/14030/14040/14060/14080/14100 MPX 17550/19550/20550/21550, MPX 22040/22060/22080/22100/22120, MPX 24100/24150, MPX 25100T/25160T, MPX14020 40G, MPX 14040 40G, MPX 14060 40G, MPX 14080 40G, MPX 14100 40G, MPX 25100 40G, MPX 25160 40G

MPX 14040-40S, MPX 14060-40S, MPX 14080-40S, MPX 14100-40S, MPX 14030 FIPS, MPX 14060 FIPS, MPX 14080 FIPS

50/125um MMF,

500MHz-km (OM2)

82 m

50/125um MMF,

400MHz-km

66 m

62.5/125um MMF,

200MHz-km (OM1)

33 m

62.5/125um MMF,

160MHz-km

26 m

Table 15. Long Reach Fiber 10G SFP+ Distance Specifications

 

Description

Transmitter Wavelength (nm)

Fiber Type

Typical Reach (m)

Products

Citrix
NetScaler
10G SFP+
Ethernet
Long
Range

(10km) - Single

 

1310nm
(nominal)

 

9/125um

SMF

10 km

MPX5550, MPX5650, MPX5750, MPX5500, MPX7500 MPX9500,

MPX 8005/8015/8200/8400/8600/8800, MPX 9700/10500/12500/15500,
MPX 17500/19500/21500,
MPX11500/13500/14500/16500/18500/2050,
MPX 11515/11520/11530/11540/11542, MPX14020/14030/14040/14060/14080/14100 MPX 17550/19550/20550/21550, MPX 22040/22060/22080/22100/22120, MPX 24100/24150, MPX 25100T/25160T, MPX14020 40G, MPX 14040 40G, MPX 14060 40G, MPX 14080 40G, MPX 14100 40G, MPX 25100 40G, MPX 25160 40G

MPX 14040-40S, MPX 14060-40S, MPX 14080-40S, MPX 14100-40S, MPX 14030 FIPS, MPX 14060 FIPS, MPX 14080 FIPS

Table 16. Citrix Direct Attached (DAC) Copper TwinAx 10G SFP+ Passive Cables Specifications

 

Description

Products

Citrix
NetScaler

1m DAC
SFP+

Cable for
up to 1m
distance

MPX 8005/8015/8200/8400/8600/8800, MPX 17500/19500/21500,
MPX11500/13500/14500/16500/18500/20500, MPX 11515/11520/11530/11540/11542,

MPX14020/14030/14040/14060/14080/14100, MPX 17550/19550/20550/21550,

MPX22040/22060/22080/22100/22120, MPX 22040/22060/22080/22100/22120, MPX 24100/24150,

MPX 25100T/25160T,PX 14020 40G, MPX 14040 40G, MPX 14060 40G, MPX 14080 40G,

MPX 25100 40G, MPX 25160 40G
MPX 140100 40G, MPX 14060-40S, MPX 14080-40S, MPX 14040-40S, MPX 14100-40S, MPX 14030 FIPS, MPX 14060 FIPS, MPX 14080 FIPS, MPX25100TA, MPX25160TA, MPX25200TA, MPX25100A, MPX252060A, MPX25200A

Citrix
NetScaler

3m DAC
SFP+

Cable for
up to 3m
distance

MPX 8005/8015/8200/8400/8600/8800, MPX 17500/19500/21500, MPX

11500/13500/14500/16500/18500/20500, MPX 11515/11520/11530/11540/11542,

MPX14020/14030/14040/14060/14080/14100, MPX 17550/19550/20550/21550, MPX22040/22060/22080/22100/22120,
MPX 22040/22060/22080/22100/22120,
MPX 24100/24150,

MPX 25100T/25160T,PX 14020 40G, MPX 14040 40G, MPX 14060 40G, MPX 14080 40G,

MPX 25100 40G, MPX 25160 40G

MPX 140100 40G, MPX 14060-40S, MPX 14080-40S, MPX 14040-40S, MPX 14100-40S, MPX 14030 FIPS, MPX 14060 FIPS, MPX 14080 FIPS, MPX25100TA, MPX25160TA, MPX25200TA, MPX25100A, MPX252060A, MPX25200A

Citrix
NetScaler

5m DAC
SFP+

Cable for
up to 5m
distance

MPX 8005/8015/8200/8400/8600/8800, MPX 17500/19500/21500,

MPX11500/13500/14500/16500/18500/20500, MPX 11515/11520/11530/11540/11542,

MPX14020/14030/14040/14060/14080/14100, MPX 17550/19550/20550/21550,

MPX22040/22060/22080/22100/22120, MPX 22040/22060/22080/22100/22120, MPX 24100/24150,

MPX 25100T/25160T,PX 14020 40G, MPX 14040 40G, MPX 14060 40G, MPX 14080 40G,

MPX 25100 40G, MPX 25160 40G

MPX 140100 40G, MPX 14060-40S, MPX 14080-40S, MPX 14040-40S, MPX 14100-40S, MPX 14030 FIPS, MPX 14060 FIPS, MPX 14080 FIPS, MPX25100TA, MPX25160TA, MPX25200TA, MPX25100A, MPX252060A, MPX25200A

Table 17. Cisco 40G QSFP+ Cable Specifications

Cisco Part Number

Description

Products

L45593-D178-C30

40GBASE-CR4 QSFP+ to four

10GBASE-CU SFP+ direct attach breakout cable assembly, 3 meter passive

MPX 11500/13500/14500/16500/18500/20500, MPX 17500/19500/21500, MPX 17550/19550/20550/21550, MPX 22040/22060/22080/22100/22120, MPX 24100/24150, MPX 25100T/25160T, MPX 14020 40G, MPX 14040 40G, MPX 14060 40G, MPX 14080 40G,

14020 40C, MPX 14040 40C, MPX 14060 40C, MPX 14080 40C, 14100 40C

MPX 25100 40G, MPX 25160 40G

MPX 140100 40G, MPX 14060-40S, MPX 14080-40S, MPX 14040-40S, MPX 14100-40S, MPX 14030 FIPS, MPX 14060 FIPS, MPX 14080 FIPS, MPX25100TA, MPX25160TA, MPX25200TA, MPX25100A, MPX252060A, MPX25200A

Note: Support for this cable is available in release 10.1 build 122.17 and later.

Note: To obtain these cables, contact Cisco partner representatives.