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Cisco Catalyst 9300 Platform

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Cisco Catalyst 9300 Platform

Catalyst 9300 is a platform created by Cisco that runs the Cisco IOS XE operating system with Linux on board. Cisco’s Catalyst 9300 is high-performance, stackable, and powered by the X86 CPU switching platform for security, IoT, mobility, and the cloud.

How to configure the switches?

Configuration is possible in several ways, e.g., by using: 

  • Command-Line Interface (CLI)
  • Cisco DNA Center
  • Cisco Prime Infrastructure
  • Web User Interface
  • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
  • NETCONF/RESTconf/YANG

Catalyst 9300 features

Catalyst 9300 by Cisco is adjusted to IoT network requirements and is scalable enough to converge them. This solution enables advanced network management by limiting the risk of downtime, increasing efficiency, and accelerating the problem-solving process. Catalyst 9300 guarantees end-to-end, from switch to SaaS, visibility, and secure, unified access created for Wi-Fi 6 and beyond.

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The Catalyst 9300 platform by Cisco - what it is and how you can use it
Time to read

6 minutes reading

Publish date

31 Dec 2021

Krzysztof Naglik

Network infrastructure planning

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