Cisco Ports

Generally speaking what is different about  4 ports to the right side of Cisco switches (I/o 45-49)?
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atlas_shudderedSr. Network EngineerCommented:
As a general rule they are of two flavors -

Fixed ports - usually higher speed interfaces, used for inter-network trunks

Sled/SFP - Same but with the ability to manipulate the media types (RJ, MM, SM)

In both cases they also tend to have a slightly increased apic buffer and are sometimes used for connecting that "one host" that needs the specific parameters.
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Hemil AquinoNetwork EngineerCommented:
@atlas_shuddered Agreed. That's the answer you need.

In short terms it's for fast-link like Fiber optic. That's how I use it.
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