Is there any way to uplink a Nexus 3064TQ-32T to a 3750 stack with a gigabit connection, or do I have a very expensive door stop now?
The documentation implies that the 1/10Gb ports are downlink-only, and uplinks can be created only via the QFP slots. Are there any modules that allow 1Gb uplinks, e.g. into a 1000BASE-T SFP at the other end?
This document (http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/datacenter/nexus3000/hw/installation/guide/nexus3000_hardware_install_guide_book/connect.html) says:
| For the Cisco Nexus 3064 switch, you must use RJ-45 connectors on copper cables to make the downlink connections and SFP transceivers on copper or optical cables or SFP+ transceivers on optical cables to make the 1- or 10-Gigabit Ethernet uplink connections.
I have been completely unable to get the copper ports to work as uplinks. Switch indicates link flapping, and the switch at the other end indicates not connected.
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