This is my first question I've asked on the community boards, so please be easy on me. I've just started to get into the data center environments within a company I started at about 4 months ago. I am doing some topology research and going through the ports on our Nexus 5020 and came across the following when showing the interface details:
full-duplex, 10 Gb/s, media type is 1/10g
I'm curious what the 1/10g means exactly? Is it saying this SFP is capable of doing 1g or 10g?
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