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In this article, we analyze the performance of a twoclass Multistage interconnection network with outputbufered SEs, using a discrete priority queueing model. We establish equations for steady state system occupancy distribution. These equations are then used to find important MIN measures, such as throughput, and loss probability. We also discuss the effect on these measures of the different operating parameters, such as the packet arrival rate and buffer size. We validate our results using simulation.