I want to buy a cisco SFR-10G-SR ethernet port module and I found out through you need to buy a server, the server I need to buy does it need to be a already 10gbps server or can I take a cheap server and just replace the module already in a cheap server and do it that way?
Don't expect to get something for nothing. The server you purchase will need to be capable of supporting a 10Gbps SFP+ Optical Transceiver to accept the SFP-10G-SR module. Cheap servers (like cheap PCs or cars) are cheaper because they typically give-up high bandwidth, throughput or features. If you are buying a cheap server, why would you buy a Cisco SFP+ module, and not purchase any pre-owned, generic 10Gpbs SR module compatible with the cheap server?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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