A network architect is planning an update of the server access layer in a data center. Currently, the access layer switches have 10G links to distribution layer switches. In the new solution, HP 5930 Switches act as top of rack (ToR) switches with 40G links to core switches. Which factor must the network architect consider when designing solution?
Whether the data center cabling provides enough fiber strands to the racks to support the 40G links
Whether the new switches 40G transceivers are on the chassis front or back, the transceivers must be on the same side as servers air outtakes
Whether the servers connecting to the new switches use Ethernet Virtual Bridging (EVB)/Virtual Ethernet Port Aggregate (VEPA), which is not compatible with 40G
Whether the servers connecting to the new switches have NICs that support Converged Enhanced Ethernet (CEE)
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