What are differences between CE-L24XS-ED and CE-L48XS-EC cards

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A CE-L24XS-ED card has 24 10GE optical interfaces that share one chip. A CE-L48XS-EC card has 48 10GE optical interfaces that share two chips.

The ED and EC cards support different numbers of FIB entries and ACLs, but they have the same MAC address table size.

Other related questions:
Do ports on a CE-L24XS-EC card support GE optical modules
Yes. Ports on a CE-L24XS-EC card support GE optical modules. A CE-L24XS-EC card provides packet processing and traffic management on twenty-four 10GE optical ports. - When the 10GE ports work in 10GE mode, they support SFP+ 10GBASE-SR/LR/ER/ZR/LRM/USR optical modules, and can work with 10GE Twinax copper cables or AOC cables. - When the 10GE ports work in GE mode, they support SFP 1000BASE-X optical modules and 1000BASE-T copper modules. When using a 1000BASE-T copper module, a port supports 10M/100M/1000M auto-sensing.

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