The Cisco Ethernet transceiver modules is a minimal pluggable factor. These cisco Ethernet modules support all router and switching transceivers. Updates are regularly added on Cisco transceiver modules along with new configuration and software information. All of this Cisco modules-update requires users to always visit the product and information section for accurate installation information.
Here’s are various modules for Cisco gigabit Ethernet transceiver compatibility matrix models;
- Catalyst Express.
- Metro Ethernet.
- Catalyst Series Switches – user of the catalyst series are likely to experience a decrease in the transceivers when using the non-rugged or industrial models.
- Industrial Ethernet and Smart Grid.
- Data Center and Blade Switching.
- Appliance Support.
- Wireless LAN Controllers.
How to set up and use the Cisco compatible SFP transceiver matrix modules?
There are varieties of the compatible transceiver with the matrix modules which requires a lot of settings and connection before making it functional. Here are various options and method to consider when setting up your transceiver.
- Checking the device port and transceiver: is required if you want to avoid joining the improper modules together. For example, most of the modules are identical but differs slightly because of the feature, which is always printed on it. Even the cisco Ethernet transceiver ranges from megabit and megabit, which looks the same but have different characteristics.
- Verifying the modules wavelength: the module wavelength comprises of the signal quality transmission process that always changes between electric and optical signal when connected with the fiber. These signals differ at each end of the module. However, checking the wavelength and verifying the modules while ensuring that you get the best signal result at each end.
- Setting up the appropriate fiber for improved connection: connecting and setting up the modules is a very intricate connection, especially when you are choosing the correct thread. The fiber compatibility is determined by testing the fiber on the output of the module. Most of the time you it’s generally verified the fiber colors. Using an incompatible fiber is likely to damage the modules due to the wrong connection.
Verify the compatibility of the device port with the SFP module: it essential to check through the port of the device and the SFP module verifying the compatibility if you happen to have an incompatible module. Get a new compatible module to avoid errors affect the connection. All of these depends on your device brand, which you need to check its port first before getting a module.