I need to replace a mini gbic from a MDS-9124. I tried very hard to find the part number but it is not clear. There are 2 part numbers writen in the gbic, but I could not confirm any of it. The part numbers that is writen are DSSFP4GSW-4 and the other is 102195-01. If someone can help I would really appreciate.
At the switch, you could use the << show int fc1/x transceiver details >> command which would give you the programmed part-number.
The DSS... sticker is likely the Cisco partnumber.
It's perhaps a good habit to do at least once execute a full "show tech" of each (new_ switch and save the output. This would give you all the (least) information for the future. . . reproducing is always difficult if the part or switch is not available (anymore) ;) .
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