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Broadcom used on HP Switches

 
jmp123
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Broadcom used on HP Switches

The below Braodcom parts are used on HP switch product. Any idea on what Switch they are used on? Please help. Thank you,

 

 

Kit

BCM56150A0KFSBG

BCM54282C1KFBG

BCM59121B0KMLG

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sdide
Respected Contributor

Re: Broadcom used on HP Switches

Hi,

 

well ... its a kind of odd question. Since you already know that its used on a HP switch (you might want to persue the knowledge you're asking from the source who gave you that information).

 

 

Otherwise -

 

BCM56150:

is a 24-Port Managed GbE Switch with Four 10GbE Uplinks, Integrated CPU, and 16 Copper PHYs

pretty handy SoC, and you probably want to look for 24 port switches with 4 10gig uplinks. Might want to look for a model where the ports are divided in sections of 8?

 

BCM54282 is a Octal-Port QSGMII Copper Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver, might be used in conjunction with BCM56150 to make all 24 ports copper PHYs...

 

BCM59121 is not on www.broadcom.com, but

BCM59111 is a Quad Integrated IEEE 802.3at-Compliant PSE Controller

that is PoE.

 

So, if you have a switch with all 3 chipsets inside, I'd look for a 24 port copper GbE PoE(+), with 4 10GbE uplinks. 

maybe something like the HP 5130-24

 

 Regards

Søren Dideriksen, Network Administrator
Region Midtjylland
ramachandra117
Occasional Visitor

Re: Broadcom used on HP Switches

Hi,
   We are using the BCM59111 POE controller in our product to control the power over Ethernet. We are trying to initialize the chip but the chip is not responding. We tried to read the device ID from address 0x1B but looks like the device is not responding to the commands, We have  configured the BCM59111 slave device at address 0x20 and trying to read the device ID which should be 0x03 but it always returning 0xFF.
Please let us know the reason for BCM59111 why it is not responding to the address 0x20 and not able to read any device ID.
Please let us know is there any firmware need to be loaded to the chip by default which will be responding to the commands.
Please consider it on High priority and help us to proceed further.
Regards,
Ram

sdide
Respected Contributor

Re: Broadcom used on HP Switches

Hi,

I think you're better off if you ask Broadcom these questions, not a HPE userforum.

Regards

Søren Dideriksen, Network Administrator
Region Midtjylland