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Aruba equivalent to Cisco GLC-BX-D transceiver

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  • 1.  Aruba equivalent to Cisco GLC-BX-D transceiver

    Posted 14 days ago

    Hi

    Apologies if this is in the wrong place. I am doing a solution for a customer that has CX8320 switches. It's an alternative to a Cisco solution that he is considering. The Cisco build has GLC-BX-D transceivers and I have not come across these before. What would be the Aruba equivalent please?



  • 2.  RE: Aruba equivalent to Cisco GLC-BX-D transceiver

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted 14 days ago

    The best resource for such questions would be the AOS-S and AOS-CX Transceiver Guide.

    But: "The J9142B/J9143B were End of Sale in April 2016 and are no longer available. Older J9142B/J9143B
    transceivers may work in switches using the "allow-unsupported-transceiver" feature. Consult your Aruba
    Sales team for alternative solutions. The information presented here is for compatibility use."

    And a note for the 8320 specific: "1G BX transceivers are not officially supported."

    So, best to work with your Aruba partner or local Aruba Sales team.



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  • 3.  RE: Aruba equivalent to Cisco GLC-BX-D transceiver

    Posted 12 days ago

    FYI, I plugged one of the old ProCurve U models into an 8320 and it didn't generate errors, but showing as unsupported. Which is a good indicator that a third party option would recognised and work.

    2024-07-11T14:52:32.009296+10:00 8320-upper pmd[2456]: Event|3805|LOG_INFO|AMM|1/1|Transceiver hot-swap remove for interface 1/1/21
    2024-07-11T14:42:52.782649+10:00 8320-upper pmd[2456]: Event|3808|LOG_INFO|AMM|1/1|Transceiver 1G-BX-U inserted in 1/1/21 is unsupported, but allowed. An HPE pluggable module that is not fully supported in this interface, but is allowed because allow-unsupported-transceiver is configured
    2024-07-11T14:42:50.613902+10:00 8320-upper pmd[2456]: Event|3804|LOG_INFO|AMM|1/1|Transceiver hot-swap insert for interface 1/1/21
    


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    Richard Litchfield
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  • 4.  RE: Aruba equivalent to Cisco GLC-BX-D transceiver

    Posted 11 days ago

    Thank you for the responses and answers. Turns out it's just a standard J4859D (LX single mode) that's needed.:-)