Hi, it seems rather trivial to me but I haven't been able to find any info about it:
Is there a way to determine the model number of an SFP that is in use, via the cli or something similar? I've got several switches which are connected via SFP GBIC's and I would like to know what model or type they are, but since this is in a production environment I can't just go and unplug them to take a look ;)
But although there apparently isn't any way to directly see the exact model number of an SFP, I found what I was looking for by looking at the media type in the 'sh int' command. In my case, it showed '1000BaseSX SFP', which was enough info for me.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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