[j-nsp] J-Series 1-port SFP ePIM
matt at elevate.org
Fri Mar 21 12:33:58 EDT 2008
That's sort of my issue as well. We have a couple of these cards being
used for telco connections in colos.
One seemed to work fine to a certain carrier, once we got them to enable
autonegotiation on their end.
Now we're trying to bring up another link, with a different carrier, and
running into all sorts of issues.
Having autonegotiation be my only option gives me very few tools to work
with. I was hoping that if the 1-port SFP PIM allowed autonegotiation to
be disabled I could at least use that for troubleshooting the issue.
The 6-port cards allow you to configure gigether-options
no-auto-negotiation, they just log that they don't actually support it.
Chris Adams wrote:
> Once upon a time, angel <angel.bardarov at btc-net.bg> said:
>> BTW - why you think it is an autonegotiation problem? What is the output
>> of "show interfaces" command?
> In my case, autonegotiation is a problem because I have to connect to
> telco-supplied metro-Ethernet boxes that the telco forces to a
> particular speed/duplex (and then disables autonegotiation on their
> end). Yes, it sucks, but I can only connect to what they provide.
More information about the juniper-nsp