Is there a way to get information on the optical transceivers on the uplink interfaces of the 6800ia switches.
Since the uplink are used solely for the fex-fabric they aren't numbered interfaces so the command "show interfaces Te x/x/x transceiver" isn't available.
The 6800ia are currently connected to a pair of 6880x in VSS which are located in 2 different location (roughly 3 KM of fiber in between them) and we want to make sure everything falls within the thresholds. Note that all the SFP modules are DOM enabled (SFP-10G-LR for our SM and SFP-10G-LRM for our MM) and we currently are running the latest Cisco suggested IOS (15.1(2)SY2).
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