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Nickel

How to identify transceiver / SFP+ adapter?

Hi,

I'm looking for a command to identify if a SFP+ adapter has been inserted and if, which one.
E.g. 5xxx / 15xxx series appliance.

The "show asset all" does not really help
Number of line cards: 1
Line card 1 type: 2 ports 10GbE SFP+ Rev 2.0

Something like this (guess the vendor) would be great
"show interface ethernet 1/1 transceiver"

dmesg command does not really help either.

any ideas?

Regards,
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Re: How to identify transceiver / SFP+ adapter?

Maybe sk68780 How to check which driver should be loaded for installed NIC and if that driver will support the installed NIC will help ?

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Nickel

Re: How to identify transceiver / SFP+ adapter?

hi,

not really. I see a lot of 'should' in the SK.

Somehow, it looks nearyl impossible to identify if

- a CheckPoint SFP+ adapter has been inserted or a noname Transceiver

- if a LR or SR has been inserted

- if anything is inserted.

Thanks

Cheers,

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Re: How to identify transceiver / SFP+ adapter?

The system will not allow installation of a non-Check Point transceiver.

That said, I don't believe the system is able to show further information.