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6H258-17 I have the above blade with a gpim with 2 slots. Both is showing as port 17 and when i connect to the second one it shows port type as GE-1000SX with link active, but i can not connect to anything via the port. what is possible cause of problem and what is the SX for Zou

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GE-1000SX stands for Gigabit short haul Multi-Mode fiber That's the SX part. This is a full duplex MMF (multi-Mode Fiber) short haul (SX) connection. It can only connect to another MMF SX enabled device. This is generally used as an uplink between switches or for a high speed connection to a server.

In short if the GE-1000SX duplex pair isn't attached to a similar interface at the other end there will be no connectivity. If you're trying to connect 100FX (100 Mb Fiber) it won't work.

Hope this helps.

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