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How to install SFP module in Aruba Multi-Service Mobility Module Mark I or an Aruba 3000 Series Multi-Service Mobility Controller?

by on ‎07-08-2014 04:37 PM

Introduction :

 

Aruba SFP modules, small form-factor pluggable modules, also known as mini-GBICs, are hot-
swappable Gigabit Ethernet optical transceivers.
Aruba SFP Modules:
SFP-TX: conforms to 1000Base-T copper wiring Gigabit Ethernet standard
SFP-SX: conforms to 1000Base-SX fiber optic Gigabit Ethernet standard
SFP-LX: conforms to 1000Base-LX fiber optic Gigabit Ethernet standard

 

Answer :

 

To install an SFP module into the top row of an Aruba Multi-Service Mobility Module Mark I or an
Aruba 3000 Series Multi-Service Mobility Controller:
1. Use standard ESD precautions when installing an SFP module.
2. Slide the SFP module, top side facing upward, into a 1000Base-X port until a connection is made and
an audible click is heard.
3. Lock the SFP in place by moving the latch on the module to an upright position, facing the top of the
module.

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To install an SFP module into the bottom row of an Aruba Multi-Service Mobility Module Mark I:
1. Use standard ESD precautions when installing an SFP module.
2. Slide the SFP module, bottom side facing upward, into a 1000Base-X port until a connection is made
and an audible click is heard.
3. Lock the SFP in place by moving the latch on the module to a downward position, facing the top of
the module.


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