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Can anyone tell me what the M stands for with the Nexus M2 card...also, what does the F stand for in respect to the F2 card?
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I don't think they have any particular meaning. In regards to purposes. F series are geared more towards L2 switching, while the M series cards are geared toward L3 capabilities.
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