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3750-E with 10g Module

Hi,

Can I use 10g X2 module with 3750-E without TwinGiga Converter. Please clarify.

Thanks,

Senthil Kumar V

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Super Bronze

Re: 3750-E with 10g Module

Yes, if you use a 10 gig module. 10 gig modules are what the port is really for, the TwinGiga Converter is a nice feature for backward support for gig to ease transition to 10 gig.

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Super Bronze

Re: 3750-E with 10g Module

Yes, if you use a 10 gig module. 10 gig modules are what the port is really for, the TwinGiga Converter is a nice feature for backward support for gig to ease transition to 10 gig.

Re: 3750-E with 10g Module

Hi Senthil,

I am bit confused , between 10gX2 module & Twingiga Converter.

If you want to use 10G link , you need to have TwinGiga module purchased for 3750-E.

And if you want 1G link, you don't have to purchase any other device, TwinGiga will give you 2 , 1G link in each module.So 4 1G fiber links.

HTH..rate if helpful..

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Re: 3750-E with 10g Module

Hi Sathish,

I understand that 3750 comes with 2 x 10g X2 slots. If we want to use 1g modules in that slot, i believe we need TwinGig Converter. I checked-up the images of X2 module. It is bigger than SFP.

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