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Difference between JC772A and JG554A

 
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Difference between JC772A and JG554A

I was going through my spare routers and I discovered what thought was a JC772A switch was actually a JG554A switch. It shows on the label as being TAA compliant. Can someone maybe save me the hassle of having to order another JC772A? Are the specs of the two switches identical? I would appreciate any assistance.

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parnassus
Honored Contributor

Re: Difference between JC772A and JG554A

Hi, theoretically the only difference between:

  • HP 5900AF-48XG-4QSFP+ Switch Chassis (SKU JC772A)
  • HP 5900AF-48XG-4QSFP+ TAA Switch Chassis (SKU JG554A)

are basically identical (at Hardware level): the only difference should be the software image loaded which is TAA on the latter and non-TAA on the former (this difference doesn't force you to not use a non-TAA software release on a JG554A).

Re: Difference between JC772A and JG554A

Thanks Parnassus, I am going to assume I can use the same SFP's as well?

parnassus
Honored Contributor

Re: Difference between JC772A and JG554A

Correct.

Always refer to related HPE QuickSpecks to learn what-support-what.

Re: Difference between JC772A and JG554A

Unfortunately I am finding no Quickspecs page for the JG554A.

parnassus
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Re: Difference between JC772A and JG554A

I think because a TAA-Switch is, de facto, same Hardware with non-TAA-Switch within the very same family and model (so it supports the same options and offer the same restrictions...).

5900AF_TAA_and_not-TAA.png

also have a look here (NIST) and here (Datasheet, outside HPE).

 

Re: Difference between JC772A and JG554A

Thanks for your help parnassus. I appreciate it.

FalconSez
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Re: Difference between JC772A and JG554A