Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Wed May 17, 2017 10:39 pm

Note my edit just now to the post above with two move working Fiberstore products.

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Thu May 18, 2017 7:30 am

good catch, edits don't always show unread. Have added to my post, will ask chris to propagate the change to 1st post. Thanks for testing!
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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Thu May 18, 2017 4:57 pm

No problem! Glad that I could be of help. I feel that the firmware has gotten to a point where things just work now - great job!

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Sat Aug 05, 2017 2:23 am

I tried to search the form to see if already posted, but could not find one so figured I'd go ahead and post the results of our testing with UBNT SFP modules

UF-SM-1G-S - NO

UF-MM-1G - YES

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Sat Aug 05, 2017 9:21 am

thanks, I will add them to the list!
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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:28 pm

Got a UF-SM-1G-S working today in a WS-12-250-AC running firmware 1.4.7. Connection was to an UBNT edgeswitch 10G. Link came up fine.

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Tue Sep 12, 2017 1:33 pm

Thought I'd mention that 10G Direct Attach Cables work in the WS-12-250-AC. We connected it to a mikrotik CCR1009 and it works great!

I don't remember if I had to set the speed manually in the switch (it shows as 1G), but on the mikrotik side it is plugged into a 1G sfp port with auto negotiation enabled. Been running for about a year or so without issue.

Specific product:
MW-S+DA0003 - Maxxwave SFP+ Direct Attach Passive Fiber Cable

edit:
Also just hooked up a fs.com SFP-10G-DAC to a WS-10-250-AC and a CCR1072 10G port. I had disable auto negotiation and set it to 1G full.

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules

Thu Feb 08, 2018 5:51 am

sirhc wrote:We are using a ton of generic Cisco compatible 1G copper SFP modules we purchased off Amazon and New egg and they all work fine.


Can you be more specific? (i.e. links and/or part #'s)

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Tue Jul 10, 2018 7:45 pm

Working: GigaLight GE-GB-P1RC & GE-GB-P3RC (gigabit RJ45 SFP)

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Thu Aug 23, 2018 12:57 pm

Just hooked up a WS-12-250-AC(Firmware 1.5.0) to a mikrotik CRS 226 with Addon J9142B-AO and J9143B-AO. Had some initial problems at first but it was on the mikrotik side (in case anyone runs into this, mikrotik has 2 different types of sfp+ ports. Some are labeled sfpplus, and some are labeled sfp-sfpplus. Sfp-sfpplus is the only one that is backwards compatible with non sfp+ modules.) so I also used a Maxxwave MW-UTP-G-US and it linked up as well.

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