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s3500 uplink module attaching to stack cable.

Hi,

 

Can anyone please tell me what connector is used on the ends of the s3500 stacking cable? I understand the uplink module comes with the cable included, but I'm unclear what transceiver type it attaches to within the module.

 

Thanks

 

Aruba Employee

Re: s3500 uplink module attaching to stack cable.

They are SFP+ at each end with copper in between, I believe. I don't believe there is actual fiber in it. It is 10Gbps, though.

Thanks,

Zach Jennings
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Re: s3500 uplink module attaching to stack cable.


snyer wrote:

Hi,

 

Can anyone please tell me what connector is used on the ends of the s3500 stacking cable? I understand the uplink module comes with the cable included, but I'm unclear what transceiver type it attaches to within the module.

 

Thanks

 


Like Zjennings said, SFP+ direct attach cable.  SFP+ glued to both ends.

 

 


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Contributor I

Re: s3500 uplink module attaching to stack cable.

Thanks guys. That's what I needed to know.

Aruba Employee

Re: s3500 uplink module attaching to stack cable.

But don't forget you can stack with any connection, 1G fiber or copper, 10G fiber. 

 

We have tested stacking over a kilometer and I know it's been tested up to 70km

 

 

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