I've been asked whether we can use HP-branded 10G SFP+s (P/N 455885-001) in Nexus 2Ks to provide 10G connections to HP C-Class enclosures. We've used HP-branded twinax, and Cisco-branded SFP+s and twinax, but we have a raft of HP 10G SFP+s sat in a store room gathering dust and now we want to save some money by not having to buy the Cisco parts to match.
In theory if SFP+ have the same physical/electrical characteristics it should work. We have not qualified any 3rd party SFP's on our N2K's but it might be worth trying. You can run a command on N5K, " service unsupported-transceiver" to help you. But it would be just 1% chance that the SFP would work on N2k. Let us know if that works.
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