I have a 4900m and i am using the X2 twin gig converter modules. Currently i use matching 1Gb ethernet SFP modules in each twin gig module. i.e. I use either both 1 gig fiber or both 1 gig copper for ethernet.
I read through documentation and i can't find a reason why i shouldn't mix a 1 gig fiber SFP and a 1 gig copper SFP in the same x2 twin gig module.
Can anyone confirm that there is no issue in mixing fiber/copper SFP modules in an X2 twin gig converter?
I have not seen any restrictions in terms of that so far, and as you said as far as I know there is no documentation about this. Have you tested this in a lab? Any particular reason why you would like to do this mix?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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