How much 10G converted by 768 *VC4 ?

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10G=64*VC4,So 768/64=12*10G�?Enterprise Network

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How do I configure AP mode switching
An AP can switch between the Fat mode and Fit mode. APs in V200R003 or later support the Fat mode, and APs in different versions do not support mode switching. To switch a Fit AP in V200R002 to a Fat AP, first upgrade the Fit AP to V200R003. To switch a Fat AP to a Fit AP in V200R002, first switch the Fat AP to a Fit AP in V200R003, and then roll the Fit AP back to V200R002. Before configuring AP mode switching, run the upgrade upgrade-assistant-package command in the diagnostic view to upgrade the upgrade assistant package. The upgrade assistant package is not supported by the AD9430DN-24, AD9430DN-12, AP9130DN, AP8030DN, and AP8130DN. To switch a Fat AP to a Fit AP, perform the following operations: 1. Upload the system software package of a Fit AP to an FTP, SFTP, or TFTP server (taking the system software package AP6010DN_V200R005C00.bin and FTP server IP address 10.23.1.1 as an example). 2. Run the system-view command to enter the system view. (For the AP8030DN and AP8130DN, skip step 3 and go to step 4.) 3. Run the ap-mode-switch check command to check whether the file system allows a Fat AP to be switched to a Fit AP.. Note: If the check fails, do not perform the following steps. Otherwise, the AP's file system may be damaged, causing an AP startup failure. 4. Run the ap-mode-switch ftp AP6010DN_V200R005C00.bin 10.23.1.1 admin admin command to switch the system file of the Fat AP to that of the Fit AP using the FTP server. After the command is executed, the AP restarts and the mode switching is complete. To switch a Fit AP to a Fat AP, perform the following operations: 1. Upload the system software package of a Fat AP to an FTP, SFTP, or TFTP server (taking the system software package AP6010DN_V200R005C00.bin and FTP server IP address 10.23.1.1 as an example). 2. Run the system-view command to enter the system view. (For the AP8030DN and AP8130DN, skip steps 3 and 4, and go to step 5.) 3. Run the ap-mode-switch prepare command to change the file system status to allow a Fit AP to be switched to a Fat AP. 4. Run the ap-mode-switch check command to check whether the file system allows a Fit AP to be switched to a Fat AP. Note: If the check fails, do not perform the following steps. Otherwise, the AP's file system may be damaged, causing an AP startup failure. 5. Run the ap-mode-switch ftp AP6010DN_V200R005C00.bin 10.23.1.1 admin admin command to switch the system file of the Fit AP to that of the Fat AP using the FTP server. After the command is executed, the AP restarts and the mode switching is complete. For more information, see "Fat AP Upgrade Guide" of the appropriate version. Taking V200R005C10SPC700 as an example, to switch the AP mode, see Switching a Fit AP to a Fat AP and Switching a Fat AP to a Fit AP in FAT AP V200R005C10SPC700

How is a converted interface numbered
Two numbering rules are available after interfaces are split: dimension numbering rule in V100R003C00 and later versions and interface sequence numbering rule in versions earlier than V100R003C00. Numbering rules after 40GE interfaces are split: For example, a 40GE interface is numbered 40GE x/y/n and is split into four 10GE interfaces. The 10GE interfaces are numbered using the following two rules: 1. If the dimension numbering rule is used, the 10GE interfaces are numbered 40GE x/y/n:1, 40GE x/y/n:2, 40GE x/y/n:3, and 40GE x/y/n:4. 2. If the interface sequence numbering rule is used, interfaces on different switches are numbered in the following ways (CE7800 and CE8800 series switches do not support this numbering rule.): a. On the CE5850-48T4S2Q-HI and CE5855EI switches, a 10GE interface split from 40GE x/y/n is numbered 10GE x/y/[4n + z]. z indicates the 10GE interface location and the value of z ranges from 1 to 4. b. On CE6800 series switches, a 10GE interface split from 40GE x/y/n is numbered 10GE x/y/[48 + 4(n - 1) + z]. z indicates the 10GE interface location and the value of z ranges from 1 to 4. c. On CE12800 series switches, a 10GE interface split from 40GE x/y/0/n is numbered 10GE x/y/0/(4n + z). z indicates the 10GE interface location and the value of z ranges from 1 to 3. d. A 40GE interface on a CE88-D16Q card of a CE8860EI switch can be split into two 10GE interfaces. For example, two 10GE interfaces split from 40GE 1/1/1 are numbered 40GE 1/1/1:1 and 40GE 1/1/1:2. Numbering rules after 100GE interfaces are split: For example, a 100GE interface is numbered 100GE x/y/0/n and is split. Take a 100GE interface on a CE-L04CF-EF card as an example. The interfaces after split are numbered using the following two rules: 1. If the dimension numbering rule is used, the 100GE interface supports the following split types: a. If the 100GE interface is split into ten 10GE interfaces, a 10GE interface is numbered 100GE x/y/0/n:z. z indicates the 10GE interface location and the value of z ranges from 1 to 10. b. If the 100GE interface is split into eight 10GE interfaces, a 10GE interface is numbered 100GE x/y/0/n:z. z indicates the 10GE interface location and the value of z ranges from 1 to 8. c. If the 100GE interface is split into two 40GE interfaces, a 40GE interface is numbered 100GE x/y/0/n:z. z indicates the 40GE interface location and the value of z is 1 or 2. d. If the 100GE interface is configured as one 40GE interface, the 40GE interface is numbered 100GE x/y/0/n:1. 2. If the interface sequence numbering rule is used, the 100GE interface supports the following split types: a. If the 100GE interface is split into ten 10GE interfaces, a 10GE interface is numbered 10GE x/y/0/(10n + z). z indicates the 10GE interface location and the value of z ranges from 0 to 9. b. If the 100GE interface is split into eight 10GE interfaces, a 10GE interface is numbered 10GE x/y/0/(10n + z). z indicates the 10GE interface location and the value of z ranges from 0 to 7. c. If the 100GE interface is split into two 40GE interfaces, a 40GE interface is numbered 40GE x/y/0/(2n + z). z indicates the 40GE interface location and the value of z is 0 or 1. d. If the 100GE interface is configured as one 40GE interface, the 40GE interface is numbered 40GE x/y/0/2n.

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