[j-nsp] experience using 10G DAC (twinax) cables between EX and multi-vendor
wrx230 at gmail.com
Thu May 16 02:49:46 EDT 2013
We've had numerous twinax cables become dislodged enough to drop link not
only just by a minor bump, but all by themselves. Not even snapped out,
just going back and firmly pushing on the module brings it back. Totally
unreliable, at least the ones from juniper.
I got 10g sx modules for 85$ each. And they go much further, are easier to
deal with when you have hundreds of connections, can get custom lengths,
Enough persuasion yet? lol. Sorry for brief sentences, on my phone.
On Wednesday, May 15, 2013, Brent Jones wrote:
> Care to share any details? Such as what problems you had with twinax, and
> how you overcame the cost disparity?
> > wrote:
>> Go with optics, the twinax cables are garbage in my experience. In the
>> process of removing all the twinax from my network in favor of optics.
>> On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 11:16 AM, Andy Litzinger <
>> 'Andy.Litzinger at theplatform.com');>> wrote:
>> > Has anyone used a 10G DAC/Twinax cable between an EX4550 and other
>> > gear? Did you use Juniper DAC cables or the other vendor cables?
>> > In particular I'm planning on linking a Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnect
>> > also an F5 BigIP 4200v to a VC of EX4550s.
>> > would you recommend it or should I fork over the money to use optics?
>> > thanks!
>> > -andy
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