Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Sun Sep 09, 2018 4:39 pm

Will the WS-250-AC support the UBNT UF-MM-10G SPF modules or are the SPF port speeds limited to supporting the UF-MM-1G?
The former is not on the compatibility list.

Similarly, has anyone tried the UDC-1 SPF 10G direct connect copper to interconnect two switches?

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Fri Oct 05, 2018 10:51 pm

RebusCom wrote:Will the WS-250-AC support the UBNT UF-MM-10G SPF modules or are the SPF port speeds limited to supporting the UF-MM-1G?
The former is not on the compatibility list.

Similarly, has anyone tried the UDC-1 SPF 10G direct connect copper to interconnect two switches?


Nobody has answered these questions.

Interconnecting two WS-250-AC switches via SPF ports with UBNT UF-MM-10G negotiates at 1G, not 10G, presumably due to the limitations of the SPF ports on the switch.

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Sat Oct 06, 2018 5:32 pm

"Current" Netonix switches only support SFP (1G)

I never tried inserting 10F SFP modules so I have no idea, my guess is "maybe" or "maybe not".
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Thu Nov 29, 2018 9:04 am

OSIOptics GLC-BX-D-20KM-OSI Works.

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Mon Apr 29, 2019 4:21 pm

Mikrotik RJ45 SFP 10/100/1000M copper module - s-rj01 I have found on the WS-12-250-AC the Switch does not detect the unit on a power cycle; but will usually recognize it on a hot reboot or by removing it after power up waiting 10 seconds or so and then reinserting it.

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Tue Apr 30, 2019 8:57 pm

Cisco GLC-GE-100FX modules did not with with any configuration of Auto/1G. They are supposed to be 100Mb modules that are compatible with 1g ports, however that compatibility may be limited to Cisco. They would not work on Ubiquiti switches either.

On the Netonix, they would come up, but no traffic would pass. The log was flooded with link up events. I was able to utilize LX SFPs for my application. Was trying to communicate with an FX media converter, but ended up putting a Netonix on both ends instead. All testing was done on the bench with two WS-12-250-AC on 1.5.2. Just wanted to give anyone a heads up that may search in the future.

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules - FIRST POST IS COMPILED LIST

Wed May 08, 2019 9:18 pm

Hello
Which Module SFP recommends me to use in Netonix towards Mikrotik

Maximum distance 10 KM (6.21 Mile)

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Re: Compatible SFP Modules

Thu May 23, 2019 8:50 pm

jjonsson wrote:I can't get these to work: http://www.optcore.net/html_products/Compatible-GLC-BX-U-1000BASE-BX-U-SFP-Transceiver-311.html

They should be Cisco compatible.....


would like to know if I can put the optcore SFPs to work
You managed to put it to work?

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