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1000BASE-LX SFP went bad. IPSLA to monitor the SFP hardware?

Hello

Recently my data center 3900 series router had the above SFP go bad. Becasue of this problem, mycarrier thought it was something

in their network. They replaced the optical card and we were still down.

Is there a way to configue an SLA on the device that can monitor the SFP and alert when hardware failure is about to occur, based on some threshold defined for the SFP?

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1000BASE-LX SFP went bad. IPSLA to monitor the SFP hardware?

You can monitor optical thresholds which indicate performance degrations. Laser bias threshold is something which can point out to hardware impairments. If you can let know which platform you are using, we can work to acheive which might help here.

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1000BASE-LX SFP went bad. IPSLA to monitor the SFP hardware?

Sudheesh

Thank you for your reply.

The platform I have in place is:

Cisco CISCO 2900 & 3900 series / c2900/3900-universalk9-mz.SPA.151-3.T1.bin / SFP-LH - 1000BASE-LX SFP

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