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GBIC vs SFP: When It’s Best to Use GBIC and When to Use SFP

GBIC (gigabit interface converter) and SFP (small form-factor pluggable) are both standards for fiber optic transceivers. Basically SFP is smaller than GBIC in size. Both GBIC and SFP have a variety of interface types and each type operates over specific … Continue reading

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How to Set the Domain ID to Implement the Switches

Each switch in the fabric must have a unique Domain ID. The Domain ID can be set using the configure command. You can also allow the Domain ID to be set automatically. The default Domain ID for the SAN768B IS … Continue reading

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SFP Plus Direct Attach Copper Cables

What is SFP+ Direct Attach Copper Cable? SFP+ direct attach copper cable, also known as Twinax Cable, is a SFP+ cable assembly used in rack connections between servers and switches. It consists of a high speed copper cable and two … Continue reading

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SFP Media Converters Those Support Fast Ethernet Standards

SFP Media Converter is a Fiber to Ethernet Media Converter with Fast Ethernet ports, dual-rate Fast/Gigabit Ethernet ports, or Gigabit Ethernet ports. The ports allow for flexible network configurations using SFP transceivers. And the Fast Ethernet SFP Media Converter uses … Continue reading

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Optical Transceiver Module Tutorial From Fiberstore

What is an Optical Transceiver module? Optical Transceiver is a computer chip that uses fiber optic technology to communicate between other devices. This is opposed to a chip that transfers information electrically through metal wires and circuits or by the … Continue reading

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