I am currently working on an installation in an environment with heterogeneous fiber patch panels (50 and 62.5-micron cabling) that I would like to use for switch interconnects. Currently, the 62.5-micron connections are all in use and the 50-micron connections are free.
The installation will utilize 1 Gbps transceivers (GLC-SX-MM). For staging purposes, to have the new infrastructure running side-by-side with the current one, I would like to use the 50-micron fiber connections (capable at running 10Gbps). However, it is very likely that I will have to switch to the 62.5-micron cabling once the migration is complete.
What kind of cables do I need to ensure that this works properly? The fiber panels have SC connectors.
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