Am I crazy, or does Cisco not have a 10G LC mm SFP that that can also be adjusted to handle 1Gb/100Mb/etc. ?
We have a large project at work that is fully 10G LC fiber; however, we want the capability to connect to 1Gb devices. All the connectors we have Cisco 10G-SR-S which are locked in at 10G and not connecting with slower 1Gb devices. I pop in a 1Gb gbic and it works perfectly, hoping there is an SFP that can do it all.
BTW, like the others, I do not recall there being any multi-speed optical transceivers, but, although not directly germane to your question, there are tunable DWDM transceivers, more info: Tunable Optical Transceivers
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