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Cisco FirePower 9300 Network Module with Hardware Bypass - 2 x 40Gbps SR FTW (fail to wire) Ports - a single-wide module that does not support hot swapping - Pair the two ports to create a hardware bypass paired set (FPR9K-NM-2X40G-F)
The FirePower 9300 contains two network module slots that provide optical or electrical network interfaces. Network modules are optional, removable I/O modules that provide either additional ports or different interface types (1/10/40/100 Gb).
The FirePower network modules plug into the chassis on the front panel. You can also remove the divider between the two network module slots and insert a double-wide network module.
Hardware bypass (also known as fail-to-wire) is a physical layer (Layer 1) bypass that allows paired interfaces to go into bypass mode so that the hardware forwards packets between these port pairs without software intervention. Hardware bypass provides network connectivity when there are software or hardware failures. Hardware bypass is useful on ports where the FirePower security appliance is only monitoring or logging traffic. The hardware bypass network modules have an optical switch that is capable of connecting the two ports when needed. The hardware bypass network modules have built-in SFPs.
|Device Type||Expansion module|
|Form Factor||Plug-in module|
|Ports||40GBase-SR4 x 2|
|Cabling Type||Ethernet 40GBASE-SR4|
|Data Link Protocol||40 Gigabit Ethernet|
|Data Transfer Rate||40 Gbps|
|Features||Active In-line (Fail-to-wire) mode|
|Interfaces||2 x 40GBase-SR4|
|Designed For||Cisco FirePOWER 9000 Network Module, 9000 Security Module 24, 9000 Security Module 36, 9000 Security Module 44|