[c-nsp] RAD's MiTOP-E3/T3 SFP to ME3600x(-cx) ???

Pshem Kowalczyk pshem.k at gmail.com
Wed Apr 3 21:02:11 EDT 2013


The NIDs are up to couple of $100s, depending on the port
configuration. We found them quite reliable but a little fiddly to set
up. Luckily in this case the setup is very simple (one vlan for the
management of the NID and of the SFP and one for the data traffic).
When it comes to clocking - AFAIK you only have two options on the
MiTOP SFP - either line or adaptive, so your line would have to
properly clocked already. Perhaps your own customer could provide the

kind regards

On 4 April 2013 13:28, Adam Vitkovsky <adam.vitkovsky at swan.sk> wrote:
>>(they are 100Mb/s SFPs),
> Aaah you're right these are 100Mbps SFPs -so those won't run on me3600 right? How much is the accidian nid please? And is it reliable please?
>> In our scenario one end of the PWE3 is always connected to a SDH system that provides clocking, whilst the other runs in adaptive mode.
> I see, that's definitely one way to get a clocking into this thing -I guess we could bridge the other end of the PE to me3600x-cx or asr903 STM port to get the clocking from SDH
> adam

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