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SFP-10G-LR= vs SFP-10G-LR++= ... What's the Difference

MattMattMatt
Beginner
Beginner

I have two 10G LR SFPs, one labeled SFP-10G-LR= (10-2457-02) and the other SFP-10G-LR++= (10-3038-01).

 

What's the difference between the two?  Can't find any web resources documenting or explaining.

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Leo Laohoo
VIP Community Legend VIP Community Legend
VIP Community Legend

The "=" is just Cisco SKU for "spare". 

There is no difference between the two.

Awesome ... helps a ton, thanks!

willwetherman
Rising star
Rising star

From my understanding, ++ at the end of the SFP part code means that it is TAA compliant. I've not had to use these myself and not sure what entities require TAA compliant SFPs (perhaps military/governmental use?)

 

Ah, OK.  Thanks a bunch!

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