[c-nsp] is a DWDM SFP a DWDM SFP?
ml at kenweb.org
Wed Nov 25 10:26:05 CST 2009
Bill Blackford wrote:
> I do not believe that Juniper keys their optics. My experience with this is limited though. I am able to get third-party optics to work just fine in EX switches.
> bblackford at wsc-asw-02-1> show chassis hardware
> Hardware inventory:
> Item Version Part number Serial number Description
> Chassis BH0208188142 EX3200-24T
> FPC 0 REV 07 750-021261 BH0208188142 EX3200-24T, 8 POE
> CPU BUILTIN BUILTIN FPC CPU
> PIC 0 BUILTIN BUILTIN 24x 10/100/1000 Base-T
> PIC 1 REV 04 711-021270 AR0209216364 4x GE SFP
> Xcvr 0 NON-JNPR FFX20H700284 SFP-SX
> Power Supply 0 REV 02 740-020957 AT0508119769 PS 320W AC
> Fan Tray Fan Tray
> As you can see it identifies the Xcvr as non-Juniper.
> On the Cisco side, I have a Vertex 1310M GLC-LH-SM that is working fine in a 3560G.
Correct me if I'm wrong but there are good and bad 3rd party SFPs. The
good ones being the SFPs with their EEPROM set to appear to be Cisco kit.
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