This is a field i never got into so i lack few details . so forgive my trivial questions .
I have a datacenter spread on two buildings .
naturally i connect the two parts of the datacenter over the meetmeroom .
as i grow the amount of the fibers i need to add also grows . and the cost accordingly ...
i would like to find a way to take several Ingress 10G fibers and aggregate them at layer 1 , not layer 2 , into 2 or more Egress 10G fibers .
like taking each ingress and have it through a specific color/channel in the light ?
the reason i want layer 1 and not 2 is to override looping possibility . i see L2 here as a point of failure . and trying to avoid hanging switch on another switch .
like probabaly to put two of these on each side .
so my devices are :
is there a way to transform each of them to do that ?
ill thank you if you can drop here few devices who can do that .
You could deploy multiple 10G channels over a pair of singlemode fibers (SMF) using CWDM or DWDM technology.
The 6500 supports pluggable DWDM optical interfaces, which can be connected directlyto the DWDM filters in the EWDM solution. The Nexus 5010 & 5548 don't seem to support pluggable DWDM optics, so you could use am external transponder (one option provided below) which can be configured to accept a standard 10G SX or LX optical signal from the Nexus and output a DWDM (or CWDM) signal for the DWDM or CWDM optical filters.
EWDM Filter Solution
10G Tranponder - MRV
Working with 10G WDM optics will not be inexpensive and, depending upon your network,, it may be less costly to install additional fiber.
I hope this helps!