Okay I have looked and looked though the user guide but cannot find the correct SFP to use for 10G uplinks.
At the moment I use 2x SFP-H10GB-CU1M's for stacking in ports S1/S2. I also need 2x 10GbE Copper SFP's for my uplinks in XG1/XG2 which I am able to cable my own cat6 cable to (not premade cable like the stack cables).
I beleive I am looking for compatable 10GBASE-T SFP's?
Cisco does not have a compatible 10GBase-T for the SG500X. Although Cat6 could handle 10G up to 50m, it requires a lot more power out of the SFP. I am not sure if that switch is engineered to support it even if a future firmware upgrade came along. You can use the premade Twinax cables like you used for stacking or you can use optics. The SFP-10G-SR would do 10G up to 300m if you are using at least OM3 multimode fiber which is aqua in color. Hope this helps.
Thank you for posting on the forums, I just wanted to offer you a link to the SG500 series data sheet. This will tell you the cables that are compatible with the SG500X. You can find cabling information under Product Specifications.
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