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Expansion Modules for Dell Networking
Switches
A Dell Reference Guide
Dell Engineering
November 2013

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  • Page 1 Expansion Modules for Dell Networking Switches A Dell Reference Guide Dell Engineering November 2013...
  • Page 2 PowerConnect™, OpenManage™, EqualLogic™, Compellent™, KACE™, FlexAddress™, Force10™ and Vostro™ are trademarks of Dell Inc. Other Dell trademarks may be used in this document. Cisco Nexus®, Cisco MDS®, Cisco NX- 0S®, and other Cisco Catalyst® are registered trademarks of Cisco System Inc. EMC VNX®, and EMC Unisphere® are registered trademarks of EMC Corporation.
  • Page 3: Revisions

    Revisions Date Description Authors November Updated Release v2.2 added N3000, and N4000 Tracy Alonzo, Victor Teeter 2013 Series switches and expansion modules Expansion Modules for Dell Networking Switches...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Dell Networking N4000 Series (N4032, N4032F,N4064, N4064P) ..............14 Dell Networking 8100 Series (8132, 8132F, 8164, and 8164F) ................15 Dell Networking 7000 Series (7024, 7024P, 7024F, 7048, 7048P, 7048R, and 7048R-RA) ......16 Dell Networking 62xx Series (6224, 6224P, 6224F, 6248, 6248P) ............... 17...
  • Page 5: Executive Summary

    (10GBase-T, SFP+, QSFP+, CX4, XFP), or add stacking capabilities. When possible, Dell allows for a module to be used in multiple devices. You can freely move a module from one device to another device when supported.
  • Page 6: Introduction

    Introduction Dell has five groups of switches that can use the same modules interchangeably within its group. The following groups of switches can interchange expansion modules.  Dell Networking M6220, 6224, 6224P, 6224F, 6248, and 6248P  Dell Networking M8024 and M8024-k ...
  • Page 7: Sfp+ Modules And Optic Requirements

    23. 1G and 10G 24. N40XX 25. 1G and 10G 26. 1G and 10G Dell Networking switches that do not accept expansion modules are not listed in the table above, even fixed though they may contain SFP+ ports (e.g. M6348 and 8000 series).
  • Page 8: Blade Switches And Corresponding Modules

    Dell PowerEdge M1000e Blade Chassis The Dell PowerEdge M1000e blade chassis has six slots in the rear allow Dell Networking switches to be installed. Most of these blade switches also have hardware upgrades of their own in the form of expansion modules as shown in Figure 1.
  • Page 9: Dell Networking M8024-K

    Dell Networking M8024-k Blade Switch (10G Ethernet) and Available Modules The Dell Networking M8024 and M8024-k switches support the same expansion modules. Fixed SFP+ ports on an M8024-k can run 10G or 1G optics, but the SFP+ expansion module for the M8024-k can only run 10G optics. This limitation only applies to the M8024-k SFP+ expansion module and is not prevalent for other devices or modules (including the M8024).
  • Page 10: Dell Networking M8024

    Figure 3 Dell Networking M8024 Blade Switch (10G Ethernet) and Available Modules The Dell Networking M8024 and M8024-k switches support the same expansion modules. All three modules can be installed into either bay on the M8024. Expansion Modules for Dell Networking Switches...
  • Page 11: Dell Networking M6220

    Dell Networking M6220 Blade Switch (1G Ethernet) and Available Modules The Dell Networking M6220 switch supports the same expansion modules as the Dell Networking 6224, 6224P, 6224F, 6248, and 6248P switches. The stacking module only installs in Bay 1 (left bay). The 10GBase-T module only installs in Bay 2 (right bay).
  • Page 12: Dell Networking Mxl

    Dell Networking MXL Blade Switch (10/40G Ethernet) and Available Modules The Dell Networking MXL supports the same expansion modules as the Dell Networking N40xx and 81xx series rack mounted switches. Whenever a module is moved from an N40xx/81xx to an MXL or vice versa, a reload of the switch is required for proper functioning of the module.
  • Page 13: Rack Switches And Corresponding Modules

    Dell part numbers for identification and ordering. Dell Networking N3000 Series (N3024, N3024F, N3024P, N3048, N3048P) There are five different switch models in the Dell Networking N3000 series, each with one expansion slot located on the back of the chassis. The following modules are supported: ...
  • Page 14: Dell Networking N4000 Series (N4032, N4032F,N4064, N4064P)

    Dell Networking N4000 Series (N4032, N4032F,N4064, N4064P) There are four different switch models in the Dell Networking N4000 series, each with one expansion module located on the front of the chassis. The following modules are supported:  4 x 10GBASE-T module ...
  • Page 15: Dell Networking 8100 Series (8132, 8132F, 8164, And 8164F)

    Dell Networking 8100 Series (8132, 8132F, 8164, and 8164F) front There are four switch models in the Dell Networking 8100 series, each with one bay on the of the switch for an front view expansion module. The of the switch is one of the four shown in the figure below. The yellow outline shows the bay on each switch.
  • Page 16: Dell Networking 7000 Series (7024, 7024P, 7024F, 7048, 7048P, 7048R, And 7048R-Ra)

    Dell Networking 7000 Series (7024, 7024P, 7024F, 7048, 7048P, 7048R, and 7048R-RA) There are seven different switch models in the Dell Networking 7000 series, each with two bays for expansion rear view modules. Depending on the model, the of the switch is one of the three shown in Figure 10. The yellow outlines show the two bays.
  • Page 17: Dell Networking 62Xx Series (6224, 6224P, 6224F, 6248, 6248P)

    Dell Networking 62xx Series (6224, 6224P, 6224F, 6248, 6248P) There are five different switch models in the Dell Networking 62xx series, each with two bays for expansion modules. The rear view of the switch looks similar to the one shown in Figure 11. The yellow outlines show the two bays on the left end of the switch.