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Aruba Instant On 1930 (JL682A) - Real link speed of sfp+ module?

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  • 1.  Aruba Instant On 1930 (JL682A) - Real link speed of sfp+ module?

    Posted 11 days ago
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    Hi.

    I have two Aruba IO 1930 switches. Both have an SFP+ copper module (RJ45). Thera are managed by local interface, not the cloud app.

    In the connection overview there are connected, shown at "10000 Mbps Full Duplex". The connection works fine. Because of a mistake i plugged one of the cables wrong so not the SFP+ port was connected, connection was to port 24 with 1GB. But in the connection list of the other switch the link speed was shown at 10 GBit. So i think the speed shown there is the connection speed between the Aruba and the SFP+ module.

    Is there a way/possibility to see the real link speed of the SFP+ module? So i'm ablte to verify the speed?



  • 2.  RE: Aruba Instant On 1930 (JL682A) - Real link speed of sfp+ module?

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted 11 days ago
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    You can better ask Instant On questions on the Instant On community.



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