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Hi Folks.
Could you please advise among cisco platforms, which model support 10G Ethernet as copper. which means connectivity through UTP patch to receive as 10G speed.

Is there any transceivers for it ?

I found there was 4500X , 49XX , Nexus 5K , 3K etc.

Could you please advise ?

Regards,

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How many ports of 10G copper do you need? The 3850 switch is much less expensive and can do up to 4 10G ports.
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Do yourself a favor and look at the Juniper EX-4550.
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