So I've got this 2.5gig wave, what do I do with it?
Eric Van Tol
eric at atlantech.net
Fri Apr 17 14:02:29 CDT 2009
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric Van Tol [mailto:eric at atlantech.net]
> Sent: Friday, April 17, 2009 2:44 PM
> To: nanog at nanog.org
> Subject: RE: So I've got this 2.5gig wave, what do I do with it?
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Kevin Hunt [mailto:khunt at huntbrothers.com]
> > Sent: Friday, April 17, 2009 12:28 PM
> > To: will at loopfree.net; nanog at nanog.org
> > Subject: Re: So I've got this 2.5gig wave, what do I do with it?
> > I haven't used MRV but they look appealing, would love to hear other
> > experience with them as I'm about to have to turn another two of these
> > up...
> > --
> We use the MRV LamdaDrivers and they work well. We use the EM2009-G2 on
> our own dark fiber loops and provide dual GE connectivity on a single 2.5G
> wavelength. Equipment is pretty barebones, but quite solid. Management
> module can be rebooted without loss of light on any interfaces (besides
> those terminated on the management module, of course). There's plenty of
> options for SFPs wrt distances. However, since the OP is receiving a lit
> signal from the carrier, I'm not entirely sure it will work in his case,
> as I *believe* the trunk port requires a WDM SFP, not a standard
> 850/1310/1550. I could certainly be wrong, though.
Sorry to respond to my own post, but I was getting the EM2009-GM2 mixed up with another module we use. We do use the EM2009-GM2, but it does not have an SFP trunk port - it's just a pair of SC connectors on the trunk side. Looks like it can be configured for a specific wavelength by the setting of some jumpers on the module, and it looks like 1310 is possible.
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