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Pluggable Hardware
Installation Guide
100287-00 Rev. 15
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Table of Contents
Preface......................................................................................................................................... 5
Conventions............................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Related Publications............................................................................................................................................................6
Providing Feedback to Us................................................................................................................................................ 7
Chapter 1: Licensing Requirements......................................................................................... 8
Optical Interfaces Licensing Requirements............................................................................................................. 8
Licensing of Third-Party Optical Modules................................................................................................................ 9
Chapter 2: Extreme Networks SFP and SFP+ Modules....................................................... 12
Overview of SFP and SFP+ Modules......................................................................................................................... 12
Types of Optical SFP and SFP+ Interfaces.............................................................................................................12
Prepare to Install or Replace an SFP Module....................................................................................................... 22
Install an SFP Module....................................................................................................................................................... 23
Connecting Fiber Cables................................................................................................................................................ 25
Remove an SFP Module.................................................................................................................................................. 25
Chapter 3: QSFP+ Modules.....................................................................................................26
QSFP+ Modules...................................................................................................................................................................26
SR4 QSFP+ Module........................................................................................................................................................... 26
LR4 QSFP+ Module........................................................................................................................................................... 27
Install a QSFP+ Module....................................................................................................................................................27
Remove a QSFP+ Module.............................................................................................................................................. 29
Chapter 4: Direct-Attach Cables........................................................................................... 30
Types of Direct-Attach Cables....................................................................................................................................30
SFP+ Direct-Attach Passive Cable............................................................................................................................ 30
QSFP+ Direct-Attach Cables........................................................................................................................................34
Chapter 5: Extreme Networks XFP Modules........................................................................37
Overview of XFP Modules..............................................................................................................................................37
Install an XFP Module.......................................................................................................................................................38
Remove an XFP Module...................................................................................................................................................41
Chapter 6: Extreme Networks XENPAK Transceivers........................................................42
Overview of XENPAK Modules................................................................................................................................... 42
Installing and Removing a XENPAK Module........................................................................................................ 46
Chapter 7: Extreme Networks CFP2 modules.....................................................................49
CFP2 Overview................................................................................................................................................................... 49
CFP2 Modules details.......................................................................................................................................................49
Installing a CFP2 Module..................................................................................................................................................51
Removing a CFP2 Module..............................................................................................................................................52
Appendix A: Safety Information............................................................................................ 53
Fiber Optic Ports and Optical Safety....................................................................................................................... 53
GBIC, SFP (Mini-GBIC), SFP+, QSFP+, XENPAK, and XFP Regulatory Compliance.........................54
Sicherheitshinweise...........................................................................................................................................................54
LWL-Ports und optische Sicherheit..........................................................................................................................54
Konformität von GBIC, SFP (Mini-GBIC), QSFP+, XENPAK undXFP........................................................55
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Appendix B: Technical Specifications.................................................................................. 56
SFP Specifications............................................................................................................................................................. 56
SFP+ Specifications...........................................................................................................................................................62
QSFP+ Specifications.......................................................................................................................................................65
XFP Specifications.............................................................................................................................................................66
XENPAK Specifications...................................................................................................................................................70
CFP2 Specifications.......................................................................................................................................................... 74
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Preface
Conventions
This section discusses the conventions used in this guide.
Text Conventions
The following tables list text conventions that are used throughout this guide.
Table 1: Notice Icons
Icon
Notice Type
Alerts you to...
Note
Important features or instructions.
Caution
Risk of personal injury, system damage, or loss of data.
Warning
Risk of severe personal injury.
New
This command or section is new for this release.
Table 2: Text Conventions
Convention
Screen displays
Description
This typeface indicates command syntax, or represents information as it appears on
the screen.
The words enter and
type
When you see the word “enter” in this guide, you must type something, and then press
the Return or Enter key. Do not press the Return or Enter key when an instruction
simply says “type.”
[Key] names
Key names are written with brackets, such as [Return] or [Esc]. If you must press two
or more keys simultaneously, the key names are linked with a plus sign (+). Example:
Press [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Del]
Words in italicized type
Italics emphasize a point or denote new terms at the place where they are defined in
the text. Italics are also used when referring to publication titles.
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Preface
Platform-Dependent Conventions
Unless otherwise noted, all information applies to all platforms supported by ExtremeXOS software,
which are the following:
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BlackDiamond® X8 series switch
BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
Cell Site Routers (E4G-200 and E4G-400)
Summit® family switches
SummitStack™
When a feature or feature implementation applies to specific platforms, the specific platform is noted in
the heading for the section describing that implementation in the ExtremeXOS command
documentation. In many cases, although the command is available on all platforms, each platform uses
specific keywords. These keywords specific to each platform are shown in the Syntax Description and
discussed in the Usage Guidelines.
Terminology
When features, functionality, or operation is specific to a switch family, the family name is used.
Explanations about features and operations that are the same across all product families simply refer to
the product as the “switch.”
Related Publications
Documentation for Extreme Networks products is available at: www.extremenetworks.com. The
following is a list of related publications currently available:
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ExtremeXOS User Guide
ExtremeXOS Hardware and Software Compatibility Matrix
ExtremeXOS Legacy CLI Quick Reference Guide
ExtremeXOS ScreenPlay User Guide
Using AVB with Extreme Switches
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BlackDiamond 8800 Series Switches Hardware Installation Guide
BlackDiamond X8 Switch Hardware Installation Guide
Extreme Networks Pluggable Interface Installation Guide
Summit Family Switches Hardware Installation Guide
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Ridgeline Installation and Upgrade Guide
Ridgeline Reference Guide
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SDN OpenFlow Implementation Guide
SDN OpenStack Install Guide
Some ExtremeXOS software files have been licensed under certain open source licenses. Information is
available at: www.extremenetworks.com/services/osl-exos.aspx
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Preface
Providing Feedback to Us
We are always striving to improve our documentation and help you work better, so we want to hear
from you! We welcome all feedback but especially want to know about:
• Content errors or confusing or conflicting information.
• Ideas for improvements to our documentation so you can find the information you need faster.
• Broken links or usability issues.
If you would like to provide feedback to the Extreme Networks Information Development team about
this document, please contact us using our short online feedback form. You can also email us directly at
internalinfodev@extremenetworks.com.
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1 Licensing Requirements
Optical Interfaces Licensing Requirements
Licensing of Third-Party Optical Modules
Optical Interfaces Licensing Requirements
The following notes describe the licensing requirements for 40G and 100G optical interfaces used in
Extreme Networks hardware.
Caution
Beginning with EXOS 15.4, customers adding new unapproved third-party 40G or 100G
optical interface modules to their Extreme Network switches will receive an informational
message via SNMP/ Syslog. This message will indicate that they have an unapproved thirdparty 40G or 100G optic and that in EXOS 15.5 a third party 40G/100G feature license will be
required for full functionality of the new hardware. Customers can purchase a feature license
to remove this warning message.
Caution
Beginning with EXOS 15.5, customers will need to purchase a feature license to achieve full
functionality of new unapproved third-party 40G or 100G optical interfaces. If customers do
not purchase the feature license for these new modules, they will receive an informational
message via SNMP/ Syslog. This message will indicate that they have an unapproved thirdparty 40G or 100G optic and that a feature license is required for full functionality of the new
hardware. Customers will have 90 days to obtain the feature pack before the port's egress
bandwidth is rate-limited to 25% of line rate.
Warning
Extreme Networks authorized and certified optical modules are tested to work in all
supported Extreme Networks hardware and switching equipment. Extreme Networks does
not provide any warranty or compliance statement pertaining to any third-party nonapproved hardware. Use of non-approved optics modules and corresponding interface
modules is solely at your own risk and without any liability, warrant, or service obligation by
Extreme Networks. Extreme recommends use and integration of only manufacturer certified
hardware as expressly referenced within the applicable Extreme Networks product
documentation. In addition, any non-approved third-party optic modules in use by you shall
be compliant with all regulatory standards as applicable to the location of operation that may
include but not limited to NRTL, FCC CFR 21 1040.10, CDRH Letter of Approval, CE marked,
EN60825-1 and or GR-468.
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Licensing Requirements
Licensing of Third-Party Optical Modules
Extreme Networks optical modules are tested to work in all supported Extreme Networks switches. We
recommend that all customers use Extreme Networks optical modules in their Extreme Networks
switches. Extreme Networks assumes no liability for third-party optical modules. Although Extreme
Networks does not block third-party optical modules, we cannot ensure that all third-party optical
modules operate properly in all Extreme Networks switches. The customer assumes all risks associated
with using third-party optical modules in Extreme Networks switches.
Extreme Networks’ recommended policy is for its customers to purchase Extreme authorized and
qualified optical devices as further described on Extreme’s then-current price lists. Historically, Extreme
Networks customers were not technically restricted from integrated use of non-approved 3rd party
optical devices to attach to high-speed ports. In keeping with standard industry practices, to maximize
overall product quality and reduce servicing challenges, Extreme Networks will restrict the integration
of non-qualified 3rd party optical devices within 40G and 100G product environments, unless you
purchase the EXOS 3rd Party 40G/100G Optics feature license to allow such integration.
Note
Pursuit of such integration remains outside of Extreme’s standard committed terms of
product warranty and support Direct customer support for such usage of high-speed
unapproved 3rd party optical devices will continue to be limited, and considered out of
scope.
The use of 1G and 10G optic devices by customers is not affected by this new Feature Pack use
requirement.
Extreme Networks’ policy regarding the use of 3rd Party Optics can be viewed in our Pluggable
Interface Modules Installation Guide, and related policies, located here: www.extremenetworks.com
This EXOS 15.5 release creates a new requirement for customers to purchase a feature license pack
named “3rd Party Optics Feature License”. Like other feature-pack licenses, once you apply the license
to a specific switch, the feature is enabled for the life of the switch. Without such a license, switches
with 40G and 100G hardware ports that are inserted with unapproved 3rd Party optics modules will
have 90 days before the egress traffic on that particular port is automatically limited to 25% of line rate.
Note
The restriction is flagged by show port conf command output, and warningmessages are
issued when 3rd party 40G and 100G optical devices are inserted. The restriction is lifted
when the “3rd Party Optics Feature License” license is installed.
Note
Purchase of an “EXOS 3rd Party Optics Feature License” seeks to enable the unrestricted use
of unapproved 3rd party 40G & 100G optical transceiver for the life of the switch.
The purchaser of the “EXOS 3rd Party Optics Feature License” is solely responsible for the use of optic
devices that are compliant with applicable standards and safety requirements. The use of noncompliant optic modules may result in damage to the equipment or personal injury. Extreme Networks
does not provide any warranty or compliance statement pertaining to any third party non-approved
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Licensing Requirements
hardware, including unapproved 3rd party optic modules. See applicable hardware manual for more
detail of these requirements.
The EXOS 3rd Party 40G/100G Optics Licensing feature has the following caveats and restrictions:
• The system reads and interprets the license information, and maintains a flag that indicates the
presence of the optics license.
• When you insert the optical transceiver, if the 3rd Party optic license is installed no further action is
necessary.
• If the device is an Extreme optical transceiver no further action is necessary.
• If the optical transceiver is restricted, the system sets a flag, R.
• If the optical transceiver is restricted, the system installs an egress rate limiter of 25% associated
with the port.
• If the device is restricted, the system generates a warning EMS message that indicates the
restriction.
• If you remove the optical transceiver, the following conditions occur:
• The system unsets the flag that indicates a restriction in the port.
• The system removes the egress rate limiter associated with the port, or restores a configured
one.
• When you enable a port, the following conditions occur:
• The system determines if the port is restricted.
• The system generates a warning message to a console with restricted ports.
• The system generates a warning EMS message that indicates a restriction.
• When you enable a license, the system reads and interprets the new license information. If it
determines the optics license is now active, and it was not active before, the following conditions
occur:
• Sets the “optics license” present flag.
• Searches the port list for restricted ports.
• Removes the egress rate limiter associated with the port, or restores a configured one.
Note
This feature requires you to coordinate with other Extreme corporate processes, including
how to generate a license generation and how to purchase a license
All platforms that support 40G and 100g optical devices are supported with this feature. The current
list of devices subject to restriction includes:
• QSFP+ SR4
• QSFP+ LR4
• QSFP+ Passive Copper 0.5m Cable
• QSFP+ Passive Copper 1m Cable
• QSFP+ Passive Copper 2m Cable
• QSFP+ Passive Copper 3m Cable
• QSFP+ Passive Copper 5m Cable
• QSFP+ Active Optical 10m Cable
• QSFP+ Active Optical 20m Cable
• QSFP+ Active Optical 100m Cable
• QSFP+ to SFP+ Fan Out Passive Copper 3m Cable
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Licensing Requirements
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QSFP+ to SFP+ Fan Out Passive Copper 5m Cable
QSFP+ to SFP+ Fan Out Passive Copper 1m Cable - QSFP+ end
QSFP+ to SFP+ Fan Out Passive Copper 2m Cable - QSFP+ end
CFP2 LR4
CFP2 SR10
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2 Extreme Networks SFP and SFP+
Modules
Overview of SFP and SFP+ Modules
Types of Optical SFP and SFP+ Interfaces
Prepare to Install or Replace an SFP Module
Install an SFP Module
Connecting Fiber Cables
Remove an SFP Module
Overview of SFP and SFP+ Modules
Extreme Networks switches and routers support small form factor pluggable (SFP) interface modules,
also known as mini-GBICs. Extreme Networks devices support both optical and copper SFP and SFP+
modules. The type of switch, router, or other component determines the compatible type of SFP or SFP
+module.
Use only Extreme Networks-certified SFP and SFP+ modules, available from Extreme Networks, in the
SFP port on the switch or router.
Types of Optical SFP and SFP+ Interfaces
Extreme Networks switches support many interfaces. This includes the following types of optical SFP
and SFP+ interfaces:
• SX and Industrial Grade SX SFP modules (see SX and Industrial Grade SX SFP Modules)
• LX and Industrial Grade LX SFP modules (see LX and Industrial Grade LX SFP Modules)
• ZX SFP module (see ZX SFP Module)
• 1000BASE-BX bidirectional SFP modules (see 1000BASE-BX Bi-Directional SFP Modules)
• 1000BASE-BX-D
• 1000BASE-BX-U
• 100FX SFP module for Gigabit Ethernet ports (see 1100FX SFP Module for Gigabit Ethernet Ports)
• Dual-speed 100FX/1000LX SFP module (see Dual-speed 100FX/1000LX SFP Module)
• LX100 SFP module (see LX100 SFP Module)
• 100BASE-LX10 SFP module (see 100BASE-LX10 SFP Module)
• 100BASE-BX bidirectional SFP modules (see 100BASE-BX Bi-Directional SFP Modules)
• 100BASE-BX-D
• 100BASE-BX-U
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100FX SFP module for 100-Mbps Ethernet (fast Ethernet) ports (see 100FX SFP Module for Fast
Ethernet Ports)
SR SFP+ (see SR SFP+ Module)
LR SFP+ (see LR SFP+ Module)
ER SFP+ (see ER SFP+ Module)
LRM SFP+ (see LRM SFP+ Module)
ZR SFP+
10/100/1000BASE-T copper SFP and industrial grade module
The information in this guide about hardware platform support for each type of SFPs is current as of
the date this guide was published. Support for specific SFP types may have been added to other
switches or I/O modules besides those listed in this guide. For current information about hardware
support and the minimum required software for SFPs, refer to the most recent version of the
ExtremeXOS Hardware and Software Compatibility Matrix.
Technical specifications for all SFP modules are listed in Technical Specifications.
SX and Industrial Grade SX SFP Modules
The SX (part no. 10051) and Industrial Grade SX (part no. 10051H) SFP modules provide a 1000BASE-X
optical connection using LC connectors and multimode fiber cable up to 550 meters long.
The SX SFP module conforms to the 1000BASE-SX standard.
The SX SFP module operates at a commercial temperature range (-40C to 70C). The Industrial Grade
SX SFP module operates at a wide temperature range (-40C to 85C).
SX and Industrial Grade SX SFP modules are supported in the following Extreme Networks devices:
• BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
• BlackDiamond 10808 switch
• BlackDiamond 12800 series switches
• BlackDiamond 20800 series switches
• Summit X150 series switches
• Summit X250e series switches
• Summit X440 series switches
• Summit X450 series switches
• Summit X450a series switches
• Summit X450e series switches
• Summit X460 series switches
• Summit X480 series switches
• Summit X650-24x switch: ports 1 through 22, VIM1 module ports
• Summit X670 series switches
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
• Summit WM3000 series controllers
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Optical Budget Calculation
When you plan an installation using the SX SFP module, Extreme Networks recommends that 3 dB of
the total budget be reserved for losses induced by cable splices or connectors and operating margin.
There is no minimum attenuation or minimum cable length restriction.
For technical specifications for the SX and Industrial Grade SX SFP, see Technical Specifications.
LX and Industrial Grade LX SFP Modules
The LX (Part No. 10052) and Industrial Grade LX (Part No. 10052H) SFP modules provide a 1000BASEX optical connection using LC connectors and single-mode fiber (SMF) cable up to 10 km long.
The LX SFP module conforms to the 1000BASE-LX standard.
The LX SFP module operates at a commercial temperature range (-40C to 70C). The Industrial Grade
SX SFP module operates at a wide temperature range (-40C to 85C).
LX SFP modules are supported on the following Extreme Networks devices:
• BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
• BlackDiamond 10808 switch
• BlackDiamond 12800 series switches
• BlackDiamond 20800 series switches
• Summit X150 series switches
• Summit X250e series switches
• Summit X440 series switches
• Summit X450 series switches
• Summit X450a series switches
• Summit X450e series switches
• Summit X460 series switches
• Summit X480 series switches
• Summit X650-24x switch: ports 1 through 22, VIM1 module ports
• Summit X670 series switches
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
Optical Budget Calculation
Measure cable plant losses with a 1310 nm light source and verify this to be within budget.
When you calculate the maximum distance attainable using optical cable with a specified loss per
kilometer (for example 0.25 dB/km), Extreme Networks recommends that 3 dB of the total budget be
reserved for losses induced by cable splices or connectors, and operating margin. There is no minimum
system budget or minimum cable length restriction because the maximum receive power is the same
as the maximum transmit power. There is no minimum attenuation or minimum cable length restriction.
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For technical specifications for the LX and Industrial Grade LX SFP, see Technical Specifications.
ZX SFP Module
The ZX SFP module is a long-haul SFP that provides a 1000BASE-X optical connection using LC
connectors and SMF cable up to 80 km long.
ZX SFP modules are supported on the following Extreme Networks devices:
• BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
• BlackDiamond 10808 switch
• BlackDiamond 12800 series switches
• BlackDiamond 20800 series switches
• Summit X150 series switches
• Summit X250e series switches
• Summit X440 series switches
• Summit X450 series switches
• Summit X450a series switches
• Summit X450e series switches
• Summit X460 series switches
• Summit X480 series switches
• Summit X650-24x switch: ports 1 through 22, VIM1 module ports
• Summit X670 series switches
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
Optical Budget Calculation
Measure cable plant losses with a 1550 nm light source and verify this to be within budget.
When you calculate the maximum distance attainable using optical cable with a specified loss per
kilometer (for example, 0.25 dB/km), Extreme Networks recommends that you reserve 3 dB of the
total budget for losses induced by cable splices or connectors and operating margin. A minimum
system budget or attenuation is required to prevent saturation of the receiver.
For technical specifications for the ZX SFP, see Technical Specifications.
1000BASE-BX Bi-Directional SFP Modules
The 1000BASE-BX SFP modules include the 1000BASE-BX-U SFP module and the 1000BASE-BX-D
SFP module.
These two SFP modules are used together to permit a bidirectional Gigabit Ethernet connection using a
single strand of SMF cable and LC connectors. The 1000BASE-BX-D SFP operates at wavelengths of
1490 nm TX/1310 nm RX, and the 1000BASE-BX-U SFP operates at wavelengths of 1310 nm TX/1490
nm RX. The 1000BASE-BX-U SFP module is always connected to the 1000BASE-BX-D SFP module. The
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maximum transmission distance for this connection is 10 km. The 1000BASE-BX SFP modules conform
to the IEEE 802.3ah 1000BASE-BX10 standard.
The 1000BASE-BX SFP modules are supported on the following Extreme Networks devices:
• BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
• BlackDiamond 10808 switch
• BlackDiamond 12800 series switches
• BlackDiamond 20800 series switches
• Summit X150 series switches
• Summit X250e series switches
• Summit X440 series switches
• Summit X450 series switches
• Summit X450a series switches
• Summit X450e series switches
• Summit X460 series switches
• Summit X480 series switches
• Summit X650-24x switch: ports 1 through 22, VIM1 module ports
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
For technical specifications for the 1000BASE-BX SFP, see Technical Specifications.
1100FX SFP Module for Gigabit Ethernet Ports
The 100FX SFP module for Gigabit Ethernet (GE) ports (part number 10063) provides optical links up
to 2km long using multimode fiber cable.
The 100FX SFP for GE ports conforms to the 100FX-MMF standard.
The 100FX SFP modules are supported in the following Extreme Networks devices:
• BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
• G24x I/O module
• MSM-G8x module
• G48Xa I/O module
• BlackDiamond 20800 series switches
• Summit X440 series switches
• Summit X450-24x switch: ports 5 through 24 (not supported on combination ports)
• Summit X450a-24x, X450a-24xDC switches: ports 1 through 20 (not supported on combination
ports)
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports; not supported on E4G-400 combination ports)
For technical specifications for the 100FX SFP for Gigabit Ethernet ports, see Technical Specifications.
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Dual-speed 100FX/1000LX SFP Module
The dual-speed 100FX/1000LX SFP module operates at either 100 Mbps or 1000 Mbps over SMF links
up to 10 km long.
Operating at 100 Mbps, the dual-speed SFP conforms to the 100BASE-LX standard. Operating at 1000
Mbps, the dual-speed SFP conforms to the 1000BASE-LX standard.
The dual-speed 100FX/1000FX SFP modules are supported in the following Extreme Networks
switches:
• BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
• BlackDiamond 12800 series switches
• BlackDiamond 20800 series switches
• Summit X440 series switches
• Summit X450-24x switch: ports 5 through 24 (not supported on combination ports)
• Summit X450a-24x, X450a-24xDC switches: ports 1 through 20 (not supported on combination
ports)
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
Optical Budget Calculation
The 100FX/1000LX SFP module complies with the 100FX-SMF standard.
To use the 100FX/1000LX SFP module in 100FX-MMF operation, a minimum attenuation of 6 dB is
required. After the SFP module is installed, connect a 6-dB attenuator to the transmitter side (Tx) of
the SFP module. Next, connect the attenuator to the single-mode end of a mode conditioning patch
cord. The mode conditioning patch cord transitions the SFP module from SMF to MMF operation.
When in SMF operation, 100FX-SMF or 1000LX, measure cable plant losses with a 1310 nm light source
and verify this to be within budget. When you calculate the maximum distance attainable using optical
cable with a specified loss per kilometer (for example 0.25 dB/km), Extreme Networks recommends
that 3 dB of the total budget be reserved for losses induced by cable splices or connectors and
operating margin.
Note
The 100FX/1000LX SFP module detects link status based only on the presence of light in the
receive cable. Therefore, if a single strand is broken, the link partner on the other port will not
detect link down.
For technical specifications for the 100FX/1000LX SFP, see Technical Specifications.
LX100 SFP Module
The LX100 SFP module provides a 1000BASE-X optical link up to 100km long using LC connectors and
SMF cable.
The LX-100 SFP modules are supported on the following Extreme Networks devices:
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BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
BlackDiamond X8 switch
BlackDiamond 10808 switch
BlackDiamond 12800 series switches
BlackDiamond 20800 series switches
Summit X150 series switches
Summit X250e series switches
Summit X440 series switches
Summit X450 series switches
Summit X450a series switches
Summit X450e series switches
Summit X460 series switches
Summit X480 series switches
Summit X650-24x switch: ports 1 through 22, VIM1 module ports
Summit X670 series switches
E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
For technical specifications for the LX100 SFP, see Technical Specifications.
100BASE-LX10 SFP Module
The 100BASE-LX10 SFP module provides a 100-Mbps optical connection using LC connectors and SMF
cable.
The maximum transmission distance for this connection is 10 km.
The LX10 SFP module is supported in the following Extreme Networks devices:
• Summit X250e series switches: all ports
• Summit X150 series switches: combination ports only
• Summit X460 series switches
• Summit X440 series switches
• Summit X480 series switches
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
For technical specifications for the 100BASE-LX10 SFP, see Technical Specifications.
100BASE-BX Bi-Directional SFP Modules
The 100BASE-BX SFP modules include the 100BASE-BX-U SFP module and the 100BASE-BX-D SFP
module.
These two SFP modules are used together in a Summit family switch to permit a bidirectional 100Mbps Ethernet connection using a single strand of SMF cable and LC connectors. The 100BASE-BX-U
SFP module is always connected to the 100BASE-BX-D SFP module. The 100BASE-BX-D SFP operates
at wavelengths of 1550-nm TX/1310-nm RX wavelength), and the 1000BASE-BX-U SFP operates at
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wavelengths of 1310 nm TX/1550 nm RX. The maximum transmission distance for this connection is 10
km. The 100BASE-BX SFP modules conform to the IEEE 802.3ah standard.
The 100BASE-BX SFP modules are supported in the following Extreme Networks devices:
• Summit X250e series switches: all ports
• Summit X150 series switches: combination ports only
• Summit X440 series switches
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
For technical specifications for the 100BASE-BX bi-directional SFP, see Technical Specifications.
100FX SFP Module for Fast Ethernet Ports
The 100FX SFP module for fast Ethernet (FE) ports (part number 10067) provides a 100-Mbps optical
link using LC connectors and 1310-nm multimode fiber (MMF) cable.
The maximum transmission distance for this connection is 2 km.
The 100FX SFP module for FE ports is supported in the following Extreme Networks devices:
• Summit X250e series switches: all ports
• Summit X150 series switches: combination ports only
• Summit X440 series switches
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
For technical specifications for the 100FX SFP module for fast Ethernet ports, see Technical
Specifications.
SR SFP+ Module
The SR SFP+ module provides a 10-Gbps optical connection using LC connectors and multimode fiber
cable up to 300 meters long.
The SR SFP+ module conforms to the 10GBASE-SR standard.
The SR SFP+ module is supported in the following Extreme Networks switches and modules:
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
• Summit X650-24x switch
• VIM1-10G8X versatile interface module for the Summit X650 series switches
• XGM2-2sf option card in the Summit X350, X450a, and X450e series switches
• XGM3-2sf option card in the Summit X460 series switches
• Summit X670 series switches
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
For technical specifications for the SR SFP+, see Technical Specifications.
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LR SFP+ Module
The LR SFP+ module provides a 10-Gbps optical connection using LC connectors and single-mode fiber
cable up to 10 kilometers long.
The LR SFP+ module conforms to the 10GBASE-LR standard.
The LR SFP+ module is supported in the following Extreme Networks switches:
• BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
• Summit X650-24x switch (ports 1 through 24 on the front panel)
• VIM1-10G8X versatile interface module for the Summit X650 series switches
• XGM2-2sf option card in the Summit X350, X450a, and X450e series switches
• XGM3-2sf option card in the Summit X460 series switches
• Summit X670 series switches
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
For technical specifications for the LR SFP+, see Technical Specifications.
ER SFP+ Module
The ER SFP+ module provides a 10-Gbps optical connection using LC connectors and single-mode fiber
cable up to 40 kilometers long.
The ER SFP+ module conforms to the 10GBASE-ER standard.
The ER SFP + module is supported in the following Extreme Networks switches:
• BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
• Summit X650-24x switch (ports 1 through 24 on the front panel)
• VIM1-10G8X versatile interface module in the Summit X650 series switches
• XGM2-2sf option card in the Summit X350, X450a, and X450e series switches
• XGM3-2sf option card in the Summit X460 series switches
• Summit X670 series switches
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
For technical specifications for the ER SFP+, see Technical Specifications.
LRM SFP+ Module
The LRM SFP+ module provides a 10-Gbps optical connection using LC connectors and multimode fiber
cable up to 220 meters long. The LRM SFP+ module conforms to the 10GBASE-LRM standard.
The LRM SFP+ module supports link lengths of 220 meters on legacy multimode fiber (MMF) cable. To
ensure that specifications are met over Fiber Distributed Digital Interface (FDDI) grade OM1 and OM2
fibers, the transmitter should be coupled through a mode conditioning patch cord. No mode
conditioning patch cord is required for applications over OM3 fiber.
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The LRM SFP+ is supported in the following Extreme Networks switches:
• BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
• Summit X650-24x switch (ports 1 through 24 on the front panel)
• VIM1-10G8X versatile interface module in the Summit X650 series switches
• XGM2-2sf option card in the Summit X350, X450a, and X450e series switches
• XGM3-2sf option card in the Summit X460 series switches
• Summit X670V-48x switch
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
For technical specifications for the LRM SFP+, see Technical Specifications.
ZR SFP+ Module
ZR SFP+ Module The ZR SFP+ module is a long-haul SFP+ module that provides a 10GBASE-X optical
connection using LC connectors and SMF cable up to 80 km long.
ZR SFP+ modules are supported on the following Extreme Networks devices:
• BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
• Summit X650-24x switch (ports 1 through 24 on the front panel)
• VIM1-10G8X versatile interface module in the Summit X650 series switches
• XGM2-2sf option card in the Summit X350, X450a, and X450e series switches
• XGM3-2sf option card in the Summit X460 series switches
• Summit X670V-48x switch
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports)
Caution
In cases where there are more than six available ports, only 50% of the available ports on the
switch should be populated when using the SFP+ ZR optic. Populate the ports so that there is
one empty port for every two vertical ports to evenly distribute the occupied ports.
Warning
To prevent permanent damage to the ZR SFP+ and other equipment: always check the
optical input power of the receiver before inserting the fiber. The maximum optical input
power for the receiver is -7 dBm. If you use optical loopback for diagnostics purposes, the
loopback requires a minimum of 15 dB optical attenuation. The recommended attenuation
range is 15 dB to 20dB.
For optical budget calculation measure cable plant losses with a 1550 nm light source and verify this to
be within budget. When you calculate the maximum distance attainable using optical cable with a
specified loss per kilometer (for example, 0.25 dB/km), Extreme Networks recommends that you
reserve 3 dB of the total budget for losses induced by cable splices or connectors and operating
margin. A minimum system budget or attenuation is required to prevent saturation of the receiver.
For technical specifications for the ZR SFP+, see Technical Specifications.
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10/100/1000BASE-T Copper SFP and Industrial Grade SFP Module
The Extreme Networks 10/100/1000BASE-T copper SFP module is compatible with the Gigabit
Ethernet standard and 1000 Base-T standard as specified in the IEEE 802.3ab standard. This SFP
module provides a 100-Mbps connection using Category 5 cable.
The 10/100/1000BASE-T copper SFP module operates at a commercial temperature range (0C to 70C).
The Industrial Grade 10/100/1000BASE-T copper SFP module operates at a wide temperature range
(-40C to 85C).
Note
If the 10/100/1000BASE-T copper SFP GBIC is plugged into a 10G SFP+ port, the GBIC will
function only at 1G speeds.
10/100/1000BASE-T SFP module is supported in the following Extreme Networks devices:
• BlackDiamond 8800 series switches
• Black Diamond X8 series switches
• Summit X440 series switches (not supported on combination ports)
• Summit X450 series switches (not supported on combination ports)
• Summit X450a series switches (not supported on combination ports)
• Summit X450e series switches (not supported on combination ports)
• Summit X460 series switches (not supported on combination ports)
• Summit X650 series switches
• Summit X650-24x switch: ports 1 through 22, VIM1 module ports
• Summit X650-24t switch: VIM1 module ports
• Summit X670-48x and X670V-48x switches
• E4G series routers (Ethernet ports; not supported on E4G-400 combination ports)
For technical specifications for the ZR SFP+, see Technical Specifications.
Prepare to Install or Replace an SFP Module
Complete the following tasks before inserting the SFP module:
1 Inspect and clean the fiber tips, coupler, and connectors.
2 Prepare and clean an external attenuator, if needed.
3 When handling fiber cables, take the following precautions to prevent damage to the cables:
a Do not stretch the fiber.
b Make sure the bend radius of the fiber is not less than 2 inches (5.08 cm).
4 Extreme Networks recommends the following guidelines when installing or replacing SFP modules
on an active network:
a Use the same type of SFP module at each end of the link, except for the 1000BASE-BX and
100BSE-BX bi-directional SFP modules. The bi-directional SFP modules include a D-type and a
U-type. You must use one D-type SFP and one U-type SFP together to allow for a single fiber
bidirectional connection.
b Connect one end of the link to the Tx port. Without an attenuator, measure the total loss from
the Tx port to the other site of the link. The total loss must not exceed the total optical system
budget.
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Install an SFP Module
You can add or remove SFP modules in your switch without powering off the system.
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Optical SFP Module Types and Connectors and Copper SFP Module show the types of SFP modules
and connectors.
Note
The bi-directional SFP modules combine two SFP optical devices that must be used as a pair
to establish the bidirectional connection over a single fiber. Module C and Module D in Optical
SFP Module Types and Connectors show the pair of SFPs for a bi-directional SFP module.
Warning
Optical SFPs contain Class 1 lasers. Invisible laser radiation can occur when laser connections
areunplugged. Do not stare into the beam. This device is compliant with FCC 21 CFR 1040.10
and EN60825-1A2:2001.
Module A
Blue
handle
Module B
Purple
handle
Module C
Module D
Bi-directional mini-GBIC
SH_019B
Figure 1: Optical SFP Module Types and Connectors
Figure 2: Copper SFP Module
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1 Holding the SFP module by its sides, insert the SFP module into the port on the switch.
2 Slide the SFP module into the port until you hear it click.
If the SFP module has a handle, push up on the handle to secure the SFP module.
Note
Disconnect fiber-optic cable from an optical SFP module before removing the SFP module
from the port.
Connecting Fiber Cables
Before you connect fiber cables to the dual-speed 100FX/1000LX SFP module or the LX100 SFP
module, note the following information about these SFP modules
100FX/1000LX SFP Module
The 100FX/1000LX SFP module complies with the 100FX-SMF standard.
In order to use the 100FX/1000LX SFP module in 100FX-MMF operation, a minimum attenuation of 6
dB is required. After the SFP module is installed, connect a 6-dB attenuator to the transmitter side (Tx)
of the SFP module. Then connect the attenuator to the single-mode end of a mode conditioning patch
cord. The mode conditioning patch cord transitions the SFP module from SMF to MMF operation.
LX100 SFP Module
To prevent permanent damage to the LX100 SFP module, always check the optical input power of the
receiver before you insert the fiber cable.
The maximum optical input power is -9 dBm. If you use an optical loopback for diagnostics, the
loopback requires a minimum of 12 dB optical attenuation. The recommended attenuation range is 12 to
20 dB.
Remove an SFP Module
1 Disconnect the optical cable from the SFP module.
2 Unlatch the SFP module in one of the following ways:
a On an SFP module similar to Module A in Optical SFP Module Types and Connectors, press and
hold the black plastic tab at the bottom of the connector.
b On an SFP module similar to Module B, Module C, or Module D in Optical SFP Module Types and
Connectors, rotate the front handle down.
3 Pull the SFP module out of the port on the switch.
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3 QSFP+ Modules
QSFP+ Modules
SR4 QSFP+ Module
LR4 QSFP+ Module
Install a QSFP+ Module
Remove a QSFP+ Module
QSFP+ Modules
A QSFP+ module provides four 10-gigabit transmit and receive channels in a single pluggable optical
module, for an aggregate bandwidth of 40 Gbps. QSFP+ modules are used in Extreme Networks
BlackDiamond and Summit switches.
1
Figure 3: QSFP+ Optical Module (Release Handle)
You can insert or remove QSFP+ modules without powering down the system.
The information in this guide about hardware platform support for QSFP+ modules is current as of the
date this guide was published. Support for QSFP+ modules may have been added to other switches or
I/O modules besides those listed in this guide. For current information about hardware support and the
minimum required software for QSFP+ modules, refer to the most recent version of the ExtremeXOS
Hardware and Software Compatibility Matrix.
SR4 QSFP+ Module
The SR4 QSFP+ R4 module provides a 40-Gbps optical connection using MTP® (MPO) optical
connectors.
This optical module integrates four data lanes in each direction with 40 Gbps aggregatebandwidth.
Each lane can operate at 10.3125 Gbps up to 100 meters using OM3 fiber or upto150meters using OM4
fiber. The SR4 QSFP+ module conforms to the 802.3ba D3.2 (40GBASE-SR4)standard.
The SR4 QSFP+ module is supported in the following Extreme Networks switches and components:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
BlackDiamond X8 switch
BlackDiamond 8900-40G6X-xm I/O module
SummitStack-V80 stacking module installed in a Summit X460 series switch
VIM2-SummitStack-V80 module installed in a Summit X480 series switch
VIM3-40G module installed in a Summit X650 series switch
VIM4-40GX module installed in a Summit X670V-48x switch
For technical specifications for the QSFP+ module, see Technical Specifications.
LR4 QSFP+ Module
The LR4 QSFP+ module provides a 40-Gbps optical connection using LC optical connectors. This
optical module integrates four data lanes in each direction with 40 Gbps aggregate bandwidth. Each
lane can operate at 10.3125 Gbps up to 10Km using single mode fiber. The LR4 QSFP+ module conforms
to the 802.3ba (40GBASE-LR4) standard.
The LR4 QSFP+ module is supported in the following Extreme Networks switches and components:
BlackDiamond X8 switch
BlackDiamond 8900-40G6X-xm I/O module
SummitStack-V80 stacking module installed in a Summit X460 series switch
VIM2-SummitStack-V80 module installed in a Summit X480 series switch
VIM3-40G module installed in a Summit X650 series switch
VIM4-40GX module installed in a Summit X670V-48x switch
•
•
•
•
•
•
For technical specifications for the QSFP+ module, see Technical Specifications.
Install a QSFP+ Module
You can install or remove QSFP+ modules in your switch without powering off the system.
Warning
QSFP+ modules contain Class 1M lasers. Invisible laser radiation can occur when laser
connections areunplugged. Do not stare into the beam. This device is compliant with IEC
60825-1 Amendment 2 and CFR21Section 1040.
1
Remove the QSFP+ module from its antistatic container and remove the dust covers from the
module optical connector.
If your module has a protective pad covering the card-edge connector, remove it. Store the
antistatic container, dust covers, and card-edge connector protective pad in a clean location from
which they can be easily retrieved if you need to uninstall the module.
2 Remove any rubber dust covers from the port where you are installing the QSFP+ module.
3 Holding the QSFP+ module by its sides, insert the QSFP+ module into the port on the switch or
module.
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Figure 4: Installing a QSFP+ Module (Summit family switch and BlackDiamond
8800 series switch)
4 Slide the QSFP+ module into the port until you hear it click into place (Installing a QSFP+ Module
(Summit family switch and BlackDiamond 8800 series switch) and Installed QSFP+ Module (Summit
family switch and BlackDiamond 8800 series switch)).
5 Push up on the handle to secure the QSFP+ module in the switch.
Figure 5: Installed QSFP+ Module (Summit family switch and BlackDiamond 8800
series switch)
If you are installing only one QSFP+ module, make sure that all unoccupied ports are covered with a
rubber dust cover, which is shipped with the Summit option card or BlackDiamond I/O module
(Installed QSFP+ Module (Summit family switch and BlackDiamond 8800 series switch)).
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Remove a QSFP+ Module
You can remove a QSFP+ module from your Extreme Networks switch without powering off the
system.
Note
Disconnect fiber-optic cable from a QSFP+ module before removing the QSFP+ module from
the port.
1
Rotate the handle (bail latch) on the QSFP+ module downward.
Figure 6: Removing a QSFP+ Module
2 Pull the connector out of the port.
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4 Direct-Attach Cables
Types of Direct-Attach Cables
SFP+ Direct-Attach Passive Cable
QSFP+ Direct-Attach Cables
Direct-attach copper and fiber cables provide connections between unpopulated SFP+ and QSFP+
ports.
This section describes direct-attach cables that are used with Extreme Networks optical modules and
includes the following sections:
Regulatory compliance information for all cables is listed in Technical Specifications.
Types of Direct-Attach Cables
Extreme Networks switches support three types of direct-attach cables that connect to SFP+ or QSFP
+modules:
•
•
•
SFP+ direct-attach passive cable
QSFP+ direct-attach passive copper cable
QSFP+ direct-attach active fiber cable
The type of device and compatible optical module determine the compatible type of direct-attach
cable.
Use only Extreme Networks-certified cables, available from Extreme Networks, to make connections to
the SFP+ or QSFP+ port on the switch or I/O module.
You can connect or disconnect direct-attach cables without powering down the system.
SFP+ Direct-Attach Passive Cable
The SFP+ direct-attach passive cable provides a 10-Gbps copper connection between unpopulated SFP
+ ports
The cable is available in lengths from 1 meter to 10 meters and is terminated in connectors that are
inserted directly into the SFP+ cages in place of optical SFP+ modules.
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Direct-Attach Cables
SH_107
Figure 7: Types of SFP+ Direct-Attach Cable (Type A and Type B)
SFP+ Direct-Attach Cables lists the available SFP+ direct-attach cables and their model numbers.
Table 3: SFP+ Direct-Attach Cables
Model Number
Length
Model Number
Length
10304
1 meter
10306
5 meters
10305
3 meters
10307
10 meters
The SFP+ direct-attach cable is compatible with the following Summit devices and components:
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
• S-10G2Xc card in a BlackDiamond 8000 series MSM
• XGM2-2sf option card in a Summit X350, X450a, or X450e series switch
• XGM3-2sf option card in a Summit X460 series switch
• Summit X650-24x switch (front ports)
• VIM1-G8X versatile interface module in a Summit X650 series switch
• Summit X670-48x series switches (front ports)
• E4G series routers (XGM3S-2sf or XGM3SB-4sf option card required)
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Connect an SFP+ Direct-Attach Cable
To connect an SFP+ direct-attach cable:
1
Holding the SFP+ connector by its sides, insert the connector into the port on the switch
(Connecting an SFP+ Direct-Attach Cable to a Front-Panel Port (Cable A and Cable B) and
Connecting an SFP+ Direct-Attach Cable to an XGM2-2sf Option Card (Cable A and Cable B)).
Figure 8: Connecting an SFP+ Direct-Attach Cable to a Front-Panel Port (Cable A
and Cable B)
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Figure 9: Connecting an SFP+ Direct-Attach Cable to an XGM2-2sf Option Card
(Cable A and Cable B)
2 Slide the connector into the port until you hear it click into place.
Disconnect an SFP+ Direct-Attach Cable
1
If the cable connector is similar to cable A in Types of SFP+ Direct-Attach Cable (Type A and Type
B), push the release latch toward the port on the switch.
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Figure 10: Disconnecting an SFP+ Direct-Attach Cable (Cable A)
If the connector is similar to cable B in Types of SFP+ Direct-Attach Cable (Type A and Type B), pull
the tab away from the switch port.
RTN
-48V
(+)
(–)
SH_111
Figure 11: Disconnecting an SFP+ Direct-Attach Cable (Cable B)
2 Pull the connector out of the port.
QSFP+ Direct-Attach Cables
The QSFP+ direct-attach cables are available to provide the following types of connections:
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Direct-Attach Cables
•
•
Single-connection cables provide a 40-Gbps (4 x 10-Gbps) bidirectional copper or optical
connection between unpopulated QSFP+ ports.
Fan-out cables provide four 10-Gbps bidirectional copper connections to a single QSFP+port.
These cables are available in lengths from 0.5meter to 100 meters and are terminated in connectors
that are inserted directly into the QSFP+ or SFP+ cages in place of optical modules.
The following table lists the available QSFP+ direct-attach cables and their model numbers.
Table 4: QSFP+ Direct-Attach Cables
Cable Description
Model Number
Length
QSFP+ passive copper cable
10311
0.5 meter
10312
1 meter
10313
3 meters
10313A
3 meters (26 AWG)
10323
5 meter
10315
10 meters
10316
20 meters
10318
100 meters
10202
1 meter
10203
2 meters
10321
3 meters
10322
5 meters
QSFP+ active optical cable
QSFP+ fan-out passive copper cable
The QSFP+ direct-attach cables are compatible with the following Extreme Networks switches and
components:
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
• SummitStack-V80 stacking module in a Summit X460 series switch
• VIM2-SummitStack-V80 module in a Summit X480 series switch
• BlackDiamond 8900-40G6X-xm I/O module
• VIM3-40G4X module installed in a Summit X480 or X650 series switch
• VIM4-40G4X module installed in a Summit X670V series switch
Connect a QSFP+ Direct-Attach Cable
1
Holding the QSFP+ connector by its sides, insert the connector into the port on the switch (Installing
a QSFP+ Module (Summit family switch and BlackDiamond 8800 series switch)).
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Figure 12: Connecting a QSFP+ Direct-Attach Cable to a SummitStack-V80 Module
(Passive Copper Cable and Active Optical Cable)
2 Push the connector into the port until you hear it click into place.
Disconnect a QSFP+ Direct-Attach Cable
1
Hold the connector firmly as you pull the release tab away from the stacking port (Removing a
QSFP+ Module).
Figure 13: Disconnecting a QSFP+ Direct-Attach Cable (Passive Copper Cable and
Active Optical Cable)
2 Pull the connector out of the port.
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5 Extreme Networks XFP Modules
Overview of XFP Modules
Install an XFP Module
Remove an XFP Module
Overview of XFP Modules
XFP modules are 10-gigabit modules that convert serial electrical signals to external serial optical or
electrical signals. They are used in the following Extreme Networks devices:
• Summit X350, X450a, X450e, X460, and X480 series switches
• BlackDiamond 10G4Xa, 10G4Xc, and 10G8Xc I/O modules for the BlackDiamond 8800 series
switches
• BlackDiamond GM-40XA, GM-40XB, and HM-2X24GA I/O modules for the BlackDiamond 20800
series switch
• E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Routers (XGM3S-2xf module required)
11
22
Figure 14: XFP Module
Table 5: XFP Module components
1 = Card edge connector
2 = Handle
XFP modules can be installed or replaced in an Extreme Networks switch, I/O module, or router without
powering off the system. All Extreme Networks XFP modules comply with IEEE 802.3ae standards and
with the latest XFP multi-source agreement (MSA).
Extreme Networks switches and modules support the following types of XFP modules:
• LR XFP module
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•
The LR XFP module uses single-mode fiber (SMF) cable for links up to 10 km long. It has an LC
duplex connector.
SR XFP module
•
The SR XFP module uses multimode fiber (MMF) cable for links up to 300 m long. It has an LC
duplex connector.
ER XFP module
•
The ER XFP module uses SMF cable for links up to 40 km long. It has an LC duplex connector.
ZR XFP modules
•
The ZR XFP module uses SMF cable for links up to 80 km long. It has an LC duplex connector.
Tunable DWDM XFP modules
The tunable DWDM XFP module uses SMF cable for links up to 80 km long. It has an LC duplex
connector.
For current information about hardware support for XFPs, refer to the most recent version of the
ExtremeXOS Hardware and Software Compatibility Matrix.
Technical specifications for XFP modules are listed in Technical Specifications.
Install an XFP Module
This section describes how to install an XFP module. You can install or remove an XFP module in your
Extreme Networks switch without powering off the system.
Warning
XFP modules contain Class 1 lasers. Invisible laser radiation can occur when laser connections
areunplugged. Do not stare into the beam. This device is compliant with FCC 21 CFR 1040.10
and EN60825-1A2:2001.
Caution
To prevent ESD damage to the XFP module, always use an appropriately grounded ESDpreventive wrist strap when installing or removing the module. Handle the module by its
sides only. Never touch the card-edge connectors at the insertion end of the module.
1
Remove the X FP module from its antistatic container and remove the dust covers from the module
optical connectors.
If your module has a protective pad covering the card-edge connector, remove it. Store the
antistatic container, dust covers, and card-edge connector protective pad in a clean location from
which they can be easily retrieved if you need to uninstall the module.
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2 Remove any rubber dust covers from the port where you are installing the XFP module.
On a Summit option card, move the handle to an upright position to access the XFP ports (see
Accessing the XFP Ports).
1
Figure 15: Accessing the XFP Ports
3 Make sure that the XFP handle (bail latch) is rotated all the way up (see Installing an XFP Module
(Summit family switch and BlackDiamond 8800 series switch)).
4 Holding the module by its sides, partially insert the XFP module into the XFP port (see Installing an
XFP Module (Summit family switch and BlackDiamond 8800 series switch)).
10G
BA
SE-X
XFP
Figure 16: Installing an XFP Module (Summit family switch and BlackDiamond 8800
series switch)
5 Slide the XFP module as far as possible into the slot until you hear it click, indicating that it is firmly
attached (see Installing an XFP Module (Summit family switch and BlackDiamond 8800 series
switch) and Installed XFP Module (Summit family switch and BlackDiamond 8800 series switch)).
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10G
BAS
E
-X X
FP
Figure 17: Installed XFP Module (Summit family switch and BlackDiamond 8800
series switch)
6 If you are installing only one XFP module, make sure that all unoccupied ports are covered with
rubber dust covers, which are shipped with the option card or I/O module (see Installed XFP Module
(Summit family switch and BlackDiamond 8800 series switch)).
Note
To prevent permanent damage to a ZR XFP or DWDM XFP, always check the optical input
power of the receiver before inserting the fiber cable. The maximum optical input power
for these XFPs is –7 dBm. If you use an optical loopback for diagnostics, the loopback
requires a minimum of 15 dB optical attenuation. The recommended attenuation range is
15 to 20 dB.
To ensure that your XFP module is undamaged upon installation, you can correlate
factory test data with your installation site test data by consulting the average power
reference values shown on the XFP module test data sheet (Part No. 121080-00) enclosed
with the module.
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Remove an XFP Module
You can remove an XFP module from your Extreme Networks switch or I/O module without powering
off the system. The XFP module is shown in XFP Module..
Note
Disconnect fiber-optic cable from an XFP module before removing the XFP module from the
port.
1 Rotate the handle (bail latch) on the XFP module downward (Removing an XFP Module).
2 Carefully pull the XFP module out of the port.
Figure 18: Removing an XFP Module
3 Place the dust covers back into the XFP module connectors.
4 Place the XFP module immediately into an antistatic container to protect it from ESD damage and
dust.
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6 Extreme Networks XENPAK
Transceivers
Overview of XENPAK Modules
Installing and Removing a XENPAK Module
Overview of XENPAK Modules
The BlackDiamond 8800 series switches, BlackDiamond 10808 switch, BlackDiamond 12800 series
switches, and Summit family switches support several types of XENPAK transceiver modules. All of
these modules conform to the 10Gigabit Ethernet standard defined by the IEEE 802.3ae as applicable
Caution
XENPAK modules contain Class 1 laser devices. Invisible laser radiation can occur when the
connectorsare open. Do not stare into the beam. This device is compliant with FCC 21 CFR
1040.10, 1040.11,andEN60825-1A2:2001.
Extreme Networks switches and modules support the following types of XENPAK interfaces:
• SR XENPAK
• LR XENPAK
• ER XENPAK
• ZR XENPAK
• LX4 XENPAK
• LW XENPAK
Note
CX4 XENPAKs are also supported by Extreme Networks devices; contact your vendor to
obtain these.
Use only Extreme Networks-approved XENPAK modules in all Extreme Networks devices.
SR XENPAK
The SR XENPAK supports multimode fiber (MMF) cable and has SC connectors. The SR XENPAK
requires the software versions listed here.
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Table 6: BlackDiamond Switches
Switch Model
Required Software
BlackDiamond 10808
ExtremeXOS 11.1.1 or later
BlackDiamond 8800 series
ExtremeXOS 11.1.1 or later
BlackDiamond 12804
ExtremeXOS 11.4 or later
BlackDiamond 12802
ExtremeXOS 12.0 or later
Table 7: Summit Switches
Switch Model
Required Software
Summit X450 series
ExtremeXOS 11.2.0 or later
Summit X450a series
ExtremeXOS 11.2.0 or later
Summit X450e series
ExtremeXOS 11.2.0 or later
For technical specifications for the SR XENPAK, see Technical Specifications.
LR XENPAK
The LR XENPAK supports single-mode fiber (SMF) cable and has SC connectors. The LR XENPAK
requires the software versions listed here.
Table 8: BlackDiamond Switches
Switch Model
Required Software
BlackDiamond 10808
ExtremeXOS 11.1.1 or later
BlackDiamond 8800 series
ExtremeXOS 11.1.1 or later
BlackDiamond 12804
ExtremeXOS 11.4 or later
BlackDiamond 12802
ExtremeXOS 12.0 or later
Table 9: Summit Switches
Switch Model
Required Software
Summit X450 series
ExtremeXOS 11.2.0 or later
Summit X450a series
ExtremeXOS 11.2.0 or later
Summit X450e series
ExtremeXOS 11.2.0 or later
For technical specifications for the LR XENPAK, see Technical Specifications
ER XENPAK
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The ER XENPAK supports SMF cable and has SC connectors. The ER XENPAK requires the software
versions listed here.
Table 10: BlackDiamond Switches
Switch Model
Required Software
BlackDiamond 10808
ExtremeXOS 11.1.1 or later
BlackDiamond 8800 series
ExtremeXOS 11.1.1 or later
BlackDiamond 12804
ExtremeXOS 11.4 or later
BlackDiamond 12802
ExtremeXOS 12.0 or later
Table 11: Summit Switches
Switch Model
Required Software
Summit X450 series
ExtremeXOS 11.2.0 or later
Summit X450a series
ExtremeXOS 11.2.0 or later
Summit X450e series
ExtremeXOS 11.2.0 or later
For technical specifications for the ER XENPAK, see Technical Specifications.
ZR XENPAK
The ZR XENPAK supports SMF cable and has SC connectors. The ZR XENPAK requires the software
versions listed here.
Table 12: BlackDiamond Switches
Switch Model
Required Software
BlackDiamond 10808
ExtremeXOS 11.3.1 or later
BlackDiamond 8800 series
ExtremeXOS 11.3.1 or later
BlackDiamond 12804
ExtremeXOS 11.4 or later
BlackDiamond 12802
ExtremeXOS 12.0 or later
Table 13: Summit Switches
Switch Model
Required Software
Summit X450 series
ExtremeXOS 11.3.1 or later
Summit X450a series
ExtremeXOS 11.3.1 or later
Summit X450e series
ExtremeXOS 11.3.1 or later
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For technical specifications for the ZR XENPAK, see Technical Specifications.
Warning
To prevent permanent damage to the ZR XENPAK and other equipment: always check the
optical input power of the receiver before inserting the fiber. The maximum optical input
power for the receiver is -7 dBm. If you use optical loopback for diagnostics purposes, the
loopback requires a minimum of 15 dB optical attenuation. Therecommended attenuation
range is 15 dB to 20dB.
LW XENPAK
The LW XENPAK module requires the software versions listed here.
Table 14: BlackDiamond Switches
Switch Model
Required Software Release
BlackDiamond 10808
ExtremeXOS 11.4.1 or later
BlackDiamond 12804
ExtremeXOS 11.4.1 or later
BlackDiamond 12802
ExtremeXOS 12.0 or later
Table 15: Summit Switches
Switch Model
Required Software Release
Summit X450a
ExtremeXOS 11.5.0 or later
Summit X450e
ExtremeXOS 11.5.0 or later
Note
BlackDiamond 10808 switches and BlackDiamond 12804 switches running software earlier
than ExtremeXOS 11.4.2.3 do not support jumbo-size frame for the LW XENPAK. These
switches support only standard-size frame for the LW XENPAK.
BlackDiamond 10808 switches and BlackDiamond 12804 switches running the latest version
of ExtremeXOS 11.4 support jumbo-size frame for the LW XENPAK with a 5% decrease in
performance, allowing for 95% of the maximum WAN PHY traffic.
ExtremeXOS 11.5.0 or later supports the LW XENPAK at full functionality with 100%
performance in the Summit X450a and X450e series switches.
Caution
The maximum input power (average receive power) should be less than 0.5 dBm.
For technical specifications for the LW XENPAK, see Technical Specifications.
Transmitter Clock Locking Mode
The LW XENPAK module provides an interface connection between a 10-gigabit Ethernet and a 10gigabit SONET/SDH network from a 10-gigabit Ethernet equipment port.
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The default transmitter clock locking mode of the LW XENPAK module is set to line timing mode. When
in line timing mode, the LW XENPAK module transmitter clock is locked to the receiver-recovered
clock. When the LW XENPAK is connected to the SONET/SDH network on the other side of optical
cable, the LW XENPAK transmitter clock synchronizes with the SONET/SDH clock source, which helps
reduce the pointer adjustment between the SONET/SDH network and the LW XENPAK.
To prevent a clock reference loop, be sure that only one end of a link is using line timing mode and to
use internal timing when testing with an optical loopback cable.
LX4 XENPAK
The LX4 XENPAK supports multimode MMF cable in intra-building connections and SMF cable for
interbuilding connections.
The LX4 XENPAK has SC connectors.
The LX4 XENPAK requires the software versions listed here.
Table 16: BlackDiamond Switches
Switch Model
Required Software
BlackDiamond 10808
ExtremeXOS 11.3.1 or later
BlackDiamond 8800 series
ExtremeXOS 11.3.1 or later
BlackDiamond 12804
ExtremeXOS 11.4 or later
BlackDiamond 12802
ExtremeXOS 12.0 or later
Table 17: Summit Switches
Switch Model
Required Software
Summit X450 series
ExtremeXOS 11.3.1 or later
Summit X450a series
ExtremeXOS 11.3.1 or later
Summit X450e series
ExtremeXOS 11.3.1 or later
For technical specifications for the LX4 XENPAK, see Technical Specifications.
Installing and Removing a XENPAK Module
Warning
XENPAK modules become very hot after prolonged use. Be careful when removing a
XENPAK module from the chassis or option card. If the XENPAK module is too hot to touch,
disengage the XENPAK module and allow it to cool before removing it completely.
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This section describes installing and removing the XENPAK module (XENPAK Module). You can install
or remove the XENPAK module from your Extreme Networks switch without powering off the system.
Note
On a Summit X450 series, X450a series, or X450e series switch, the XENPAK module is
inserted into an optional module card. Although the module card is not hot-swappable, you
can hot swap the XENPAK into and out of the module card on the Summit. For information
about the optional module card for XENPAKs on a Summit X450 series, X450a series, or
X450e series switch, see the Summit Family Switches Hardware Installation Guide.
Card edge
connector
Figure 19: XENPAK Module
Warning
XENPAK modules contain Class 1 lasers. Invisible laser radiation can occur when laser
connectionsareunplugged. Do not stare into the beam. This device is compliant with FCC 21
CFR 1040.10, andEN60825-1A2:2001.
Caution
To prevent ESD damage to the XENPAK module, always use an appropriately grounded ESDpreventive wrist strap when installing or removing the module. Handle the module by its
sides only. Never touch the card-edge connectors at the insertion end of the module.
Install a XENPAK Module
1
Remove the XENPAK module from its antistatic container and remove the dust covers from the
module optical connectors.
If your module has a protective pad covering the card-edge connector, remove it. Store the
antistatic container, dust covers, and card-edge connector protective pad in a clean location from
which they can be easily retrieved if you need to uninstall the module.
2 Remove any dust covers from the port on the module into which you are installing the XENPAK
module.
3 Holding the module by its sides, insert the XENPAK module into the slot on the I/O module or
Summit option card.
4 Slide the XENPAK module as far back into the slot as possible, until you hear it click, indicating that
it is firmly attached.
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5 Secure the XENPAK module to the I/O module or option card by turning the two captive screws
clockwise until the screws are hand-tight.
Note
To ensure that your XENPAK module is undamaged upon installation, you can correlate
factory test data with your installation site test data by consulting the average power
reference values shown on the XENPAK module test data sheet (Part No. 121074-00)
enclosed with your module.
Remove a XENPAK Module
1
Disconnect the optical cable from the XENPAK module.
Warning
XENPAK modules contain Class 1 lasers. Invisible laser radiation can occur when laser
connections are unplugged. Do not stare into the beam.
2 Loosen the two captive screws until they are completely free from the I/O module faceplate or the
Summit option card.
The captive screws remain attached to the XENPAK module.
3 Gripping both captive screws, carefully pull the XENPAK module out of the slot.
4 Place the dust covers back into the XENPAK module connectors.
5 Place the XENPAK module immediately into an antistatic container to protect it from ESD damage
and dust.
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7 Extreme Networks CFP2 modules
CFP2 Overview
CFP2 Modules details
Installing a CFP2 Module
Removing a CFP2 Module
CFP2 Overview
Extreme Networks' CFP2 modules provides transmit and receive channels in a single pluggable optical
module, for an aggregate bandwidth of 100 Gbps. CFP2 modules are used in Extreme Networks
BlackDiamond switches.There are two CFP2 modules available: SR10 and LR4. The CFP2 SR10 can be
used for distances up to 150 meters, while the CFP2 LR4 can be used for distances up to 10 kilometers.
You can insert or remove CFP2 modules without powering down the system.
The information in this guide about hardware platform support for CFP2 modules is current as of the
date this guide was published. Support for CFP2 modules may have been added to other switches or
I/O modules besides those listed in this guide. For current information about hardware support and the
minimum required software for CFP2 modules, refer to the most recent version of the ExtremeXOS
Hardware and Software Compatibility and Recommendations Matrices.
CFP2 Modules details
CFP2 SR10
The CFP2 SR10 is a ten channel pluggable, parallel, fiber optic transceiver for 100 Gigabit Ethernet
applications. The transceiver supports high speed serial links over multi-mode fiber for link distances up
to 100m with OM3 fiber or 150m with OM4 fiber.With an optional break-out cable, the CFP2 SR10
module can support 10 10-Gigabit data lanes. The CFP2 SR10 uses a 24-fiber MPO fiber optic connector.
The CFP2 SR10 is compliant to 100GbE specifications 802.3ba (100GBase-SR10, CAUI and CPPI) up to
100m OM3 and 150m OM4 fiber. Mechanical dimensions, connecters, and footprint of the module
conform to the CFP MSA CFP2 Hardware Specification Revision 1.0 July 31, 2013 standard.
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Figure 20: CFP2 SR10 Optical Module (Bail latch Open Position)
The CFP2 SR10 module is supported in the following Extreme Networks switches and components:
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
For technical specifications for the CFP2 SR10 module, see Technical Specifications.
CFP2 LR4 Module
The CFP2 LR4 is an optic transceiver for 100Gbps Ethernet applications. The module supports 100
Gigabit data rate that can reach up to 10 kilometers over standard single-mode fiber (SMF, G.652). Data
is transmitted using four 25 Gigabit data lanes. The CFP2 LR4 uses an LC connector. Extreme Networks’
CFP2 optical module form factor, optical/electrical connection, and digital diagnostic interface are
designed according to IEEE 802.3ba standards. Mechanical dimensions, connecters, and footprint of the
module conform to the CFP MSA CFP2 Hardware Specification Revision 1.0 July 31, 2013 standard.
Figure 21: CFP2 LR4 Optical Module (Bail Latch Open Position)
The CFP2 LR4 module is supported in the following Extreme Networks switches and components:
• BlackDiamond X8 switch
For technical specifications for the CFP2 LR4 module, see Technical Specifications.
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Installing a CFP2 Module
You can install or remove CFP2 modules in your switch without powering off the system.
Warning
CFP2 modules contain Class 1M lasers. Invisible laser radiation can occur when laser
connections areunplugged. Do not stare into the beam. This device is compliant with IEC
60825-1 Amendment 2 and CFR21Section 1040.
1
Remove the CFP2 module from its antistatic container and remove the dust covers from the module
optical connector.
If your module has a protective pad covering the card-edge connector, remove it. Store the
antistatic container, dust covers, and card-edge connector protective pad in a clean location from
which they can be easily retrieved if you need to uninstall the module.
2 Remove any rubber dust covers from the port where you are installing the CFP2 module.
3 Holding the CFP2 module by its sides, insert the CFP2 module into the port on the switch or module.
The latch handle should be in the open position, with the handle up.
Figure 22: Installing a CFP2 Module (CFP2 LR4 module shown)
4 Slide the CFP2 module into the port until you hear it click into place. The front of the module should
be flush against the front panel of the chassis.
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5 Rotate the handle down 90 degrees to the closed position to secure the CFP2 module in the chassis.
The handle should be flush against the front to the module.
Figure 23: Installed CFP2 Module (BlackDiamond X8 series switch)
If you are installing only one CFP2 module, make sure that all unoccupied ports are covered with a
rubber dust cover.
Removing a CFP2 Module
You can remove a CFP2 module from your Extreme Networks switch without powering off the system.
Note
Disconnect fiber-optic cable from a CFP2 module before removing the CFP2 module from the
port.
1
Rotate the handle (bail latch) on the CFP2 module upward. Be sure that you rotate the bail latch up
the full 90 degrees. The open position is perpendicular to the closed position..
2 Pull the connector out of the port.
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A Safety Information
Fiber Optic Ports and Optical Safety
GBIC, SFP (Mini-GBIC), SFP+, QSFP+, XENPAK, and XFP Regulatory Compliance
Sicherheitshinweise
LWL-Ports und optische Sicherheit
Konformität von GBIC, SFP (Mini-GBIC), QSFP+, XENPAK undXFP
warning
Read the following safety information thoroughly before installing Extreme Networks
products. Failure to follow this safety information can lead to personal injury or damage to
the equipment.
Only trained and qualified service personnel (as defined in IEC 60950-1 and AS/NZS 3260) should
install, replace, or perform service to Extreme Networks switches and their components. Qualified
personnel have read all related installation manuals, have the technical training and experience
necessary to be aware of the hazards to which they are exposed in performing a task, and are aware of
measures to minimize the danger to themselves or other persons.
Fiber Optic Ports and Optical Safety
The following safety warnings apply to all optical devices used in Extreme Networks equipment that
are removable or directly installed in an I/O module or chassis system. These devices include, but are
not limited to, gigabit interface converters (GBICs); SFP optical modules (mini-GBICs) and SFP+ optical
modules; QSFP+ optical modules; XENPAK transceivers; and XFP laser optic modules
Warning
Laser optic modules become very hot after prolonged use. Take care when removing a laser
optic module from the chassis or option card. If the laser optic module is too hot to touch,
disengage the laser optic module and allow it to cool before removing it completely.
When working with laser optic modules, always take the precautions listed below to prevent
exposure to hazardous radiation:
•
•
•
•
Never look at the transmit LED/laser through a magnifying device while it is powered on.
Never look directly at a fiber port on the switch or at the ends of a fiber cable when they are
powered on.
Invisible laser radiation can occur when the connectors are open. Avoid direct eye exposure to the
beam when optical connections are unplugged.
Never alter, modify, or change an optical device in any way other than suggested in this document.
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Safety Information
GBIC, SFP (Mini-GBIC), SFP+, QSFP+, XENPAK, and XFP
Regulatory Compliance
Extreme Networks pluggable optical modules and direct-attach cables meet the following regulatory
requirements.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Class 1 or Class 1M Laser Product
EN60825-1:2007 2nd Ed. or later, European standard
FCC 21 CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter J in accordance with FDA & CDRH requirements
Application of CE Mark in accordance with 2004/108/EEC EMC Directive and the 2006/95/EC Low
Voltage Directives
UL and/or CSA registered component for North America
47 CFR Part 15, Class A when installed into Extreme products
Sicherheitshinweise
Warning
Lesen Sie die folgenden Sicherheitshinweise aufmerksam durch, ehe Sie Extreme NetworksProdukte installieren. Eine Missachtung dieser Sicherheitshinweise kann zu Verletzungen oder
zu einer Beschädigung des/r Geräte/s führen.
Extreme Networks-Geräte und deren Komponenten dürfen nur durch geschulte und qualifizierte
Wartungstechniker (wie in IEC 60950-1 und AS/NZS 3260 definiert) installiert, ausgetauscht oder
gewartet werden.
Dieses qualifizierte Personal muss den Inhalt aller zugehörigen Installationsanleitungen kennen sowie
über die technische Ausbildung und Erfahrung verfügen, um die Gefahren, die mit der Ausführung einer
Aufgabe assoziiert sind, zu kennen und zu wissen, wie sie diese Gefahren für sich selbst und Dritte
minimieren können.
LWL-Ports und optische Sicherheit
Folgende Sicherheitswarnung gilt für alle optischen Geräte, die in Extreme Networks-Geräten
eingesetzt werden und entweder herausnehmbar sind oder direkt in einem E/A-Modul oder im
Chassissystem eingebaut sind. Solche Geräte sind nicht nur Gigabit-Interface-Konverter (GBICs),
steckbare Kleinformfaktormodule (SFP) (oder Mini-GBICs), QSFP+ Module, XENPAK Sendeempfänger
und laseroptische XFP-Module.
Warning
Laseroptische Module können bei längerem Gebrauch sehr heiß werden. Seien Sie beim
Ausbau eines laseroptischen Moduls aus dem Modul oder der Optionskarte äußerst
vorsichtig. Wenn das laseroptische Modul zum Anfassen zu heiß ist, trennen Sie das
laseroptische Modul und lassen Sie es abkühlen, ehe Sie es komplett ausbauen.
Ergreifen Sie beim Arbeiten mit laseroptischen Modulen die nachfolgenden
Vorsichtsmaßnahmen, um eine Aussetzung gegenüber gefährlicher Strahlung zu vermeiden.
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•
•
•
•
Blicken Sie auf keinen Fall durch ein Vergrößerungsglas in die Sendediode/den Laser, solange die
Sendediode aktiv ist.
Blicken Sie auf keinen Fall in den LWL-Port am Switch oder auf die Stirnflächen eines aktiven LWLKabels.
Bei offenen Anschlüssen kann unsichtbare Laserstrahlung abgegeben werden. Vermeiden Sie eine
direkte Aussetzung der Augen gegenüber dem Strahl, wenn die optischen Anschlüsse offen (ohne
Stecker) sind.
Optische Geräte dürfen auf keine andere Weise als in diesem Dokument empfohlen verändert,
modifiziert oder umgebaut werden.
Konformität von GBIC, SFP (Mini-GBIC), QSFP+, XENPAK undXFP
Steckbare optische Module von Extreme Networks und direkt angeschlossene Kabel erfüllen folgende
gesetzliche Vorschriften:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Laserprodukt der Klasse 1 oder Klasse 1M
EN60825-1:2007 2. Ausgabe oder später, Europäische Norm
FCC 21 CFR Kapitel 1, Paragraph J in Übereinstimmung mit FDA- und CDRH-Bestimmungen
Anwendung des CE-Zeichens gemäß der EMV-Richtlinie 2004/108/EEC und der
Niederspannungsrichtlinie 2006/95/EC
UL und/oder CSA-geprüfte Komponente für Nordamerika
47 CFR Teil 15, Klasse A bei Einbau in Extreme-Produkte
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B Technical Specifications
SFP Specifications
SFP+ Specifications
QSFP+ Specifications
XFP Specifications
XENPAK Specifications
CFP2 Specifications
SFP Specifications
The SX and Industrial Grade SX SFPs conform to the 1000BASE-SX standard. SX SFP Specifications
lists the specifications for the SX and SX Industrial Grade SFP interface.
SX SFP Specifications
Table 18: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
-9.5 dBm
Center wavelength
830 nm
850 nm
860 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
-4 dBm
Table 19: Receiver
Parameter
Receive sensitivity
-17 dBm
Average receive power (max)
0 dBm
Operating wavelength
770 nm
850 nm
860 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Table 20: Link
Parameter
Link power budget
7.5 dB
Operating distance
550 m
The LX and Industrial Grade LX SFPs conform to the 1000BASE-LX standard. LX SFP Specifications lists
the specifications for the LX and LX Industrial Grade SFP interface.
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LX SFP Specifications
Table 21: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
-9.5 dBm
Center wavelength
1270 nm
1310 nm
1355 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
-3 dBm
Table 22: Receiver
Parameter
Receive sensitivity
-19 dBm
Average receive power (max)
-3 dBm
Operating wavelength
1270 nm
1310 nm
1355 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Table 23: Link
Parameter
Link power budget
8 dB
Operating distance
10 km
ZX SFP Specifications lists the specifications for the ZX SFP interface.
ZX SFP Specifications
Table 24: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
-2 dBm
0 dBm
3 dBm
Center wavelength
1530 nm
1550 nm
1570 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Table 25: Receiver
Parameter
Receive sensitivity
-24 dBm
Average receive power (max)
-3 dBm
Operating wavelength
Operating distance
1530 nm
1550 nm
1570 nm
80 km
1000BASE-BX Bi-directional SFP Specifications lists specifications for the 1000BASE-BX bi-directional
SFPs. The 1000BASE-BX SFP modules conform to the IEEE 802.3ah 1000BASE-BX10 standard.
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1000BASE-BX Bi-directional SFP Specifications
Table 26: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
-9 dBm
Center wavelength (1000BASE-BX10-D)
1480 nm
1490 nm
1550 nm
Center wavelength (1OOOBASE-BX10-U)
1260 nm
1310 nm
1360 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
-3 dBm
Table 27: Receiver
Parameter
Receive sensitivity
-19 dBm
Average receive power (max)
-3 dBm
Table 28: Link
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Link power budget
8 dB
Operating distance
10 km
Note
The 1000BX bidirectional SFPs include two SFP optical devices, the 1000BASE-BX-U SFP and
the 1000BASE-BX-D SFP, which must be used as a pair to allow for a single fiber bidirectional
connection.
100FX SFP (GE Ports) Specifications lists the specifications for the 100FX SFP module for Gigabit
Ethernet (GE) ports. The 100FX SFP for GE ports conforms to the 100FX-MMF standard.
100FX SFP (GE Ports) Specifications
Table 29: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
-20 dBm
Center wavelength
1270 nm
1310 nm
1380 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
-14 dBm
Table 30: Receiver
Parameter
Receive sensitivity
-31 dBm
Average receive power (max)
-14 dBm
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Table 31: Operating distance range over each fiber type:
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
62.5/125 mm MMF
2m
2000 m
50/125 mm MMF
2m
2000 m
Dual-speed 100FX/1000LX SFP Specifications lists the specifications for the dual-speed 100FX/1000LX
SFP module for Gigabit Ethernet (GE) ports. Operating at 100 Mbps, the dual-speed SFP conforms to
the 100BASE-LX10 standard. Operating at 1000 Mbps, the dual-speed SFP conforms to the 1000BASELX standard.
Dual-speed 100FX/1000LX SFP Specifications
Table 32: Dual-speed 100FX/1000LX SFP Specifications
Parameter
100FX
1000LX
Average launch power range with 9 um SMF
-8 dBm to -15 dBm
-3 dBm to -11 dBm
Receiver power range with 9 um SMF
-8 dBm to -25 dBm
-3 dBm to -19 dBm
Optical link budget with 9 um SMF
10 dB
8 dB
Center wavelength range
1270 to 1355
1270 to 1355
Operating distance range over each optical fiber type (see note below table):
62.5/125 µm MMF
2 to 2000 m
2 to 550 m
50/125 µm MMF
2 to 2000 m
2 to 550 m
9/125 µm SMF
2 to 10,000 m
2 to 10,000 m
Note
The 100FX/1000LX SFP module complies with the 100FX-SMF standard. To use the 100FX/
1000LX SFP module in 100FX-MMF operation, a minimum attenuation of 6 dB is required.
After the SFP module is installed, connect a 6-dB attenuator to the transmitter side (Tx) of
the SFP module. Next, connect the attenuator to the single-mode end of a mode conditioning
patch cord. The mode conditioning patch cord transitions the SFP module from SMF to MMF
operation.
100BASE-LX10 SFP Specifications lists specifications for the LX100 SFP module.
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LX100 SFP specifications
Table 33: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
1 dBm
3 dBm
5 dBm
Center wavelength
1480 nm
1550 nm
1580 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Table 34: Receiver
Parameter
Receive sensitivity
–30 dBm
Average receive power
–9 dBm
Operating wavelength
1260 nm
1550 nm
Operating distance
1580 nm
100 km
100BASE-LX10 SFP Specifications lists specifications for the 100BASE-LX10 SFP module.
100BASE-LX10 SFP Specifications
Table 35: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
–15 dBm
–10 dBm
–8 dBm
Center wavelength
1260 nm
1310 nm
1360 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Table 36: Receiver
Parameter
Receive sensitivity
–25 dBm
Average receive power
–8 dBm
Operating wavelength
1260 nm
1310 nm
1360 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Table 37: Link
Parameter
Link Power Budget
10 dB
Operating distance
10 km
100BASE-BX Bi-directional SFP Specifications lists specifications for the 100BX Bi-directional SFPs. The
100BASE-BX SFP modules conform to the IEEE 802.3ae standard.
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100BASE-BX Bi-directional SFP Specifications
Table 38: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Average launch power
–14 dBm
–8 dBm
Center wavelength (100BASE-BX10-D)
1480 nm
1580 nm
Center wavelength (1OOBASE-BX10-U)
1260 nm
1360 nm
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Receive sensitivity
–28.2 dBm
Table 39: Receiver
Average receive power (max)
–8 dBm
Table 40: Link
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Link power budget
14.2 dB
Operating distance
10 km
Note
The 100BX bidirectional SFPs include two SFP optical devices, the 100BASE-BX-U SFP and
the 100BASE-BX-D SFP, which must be used as a pair to allow for a single fiber bidirectional
connection.
100FX SFP (GE Ports) Specifications lists the specifications for the 100BASE-FX SFP module for fast
Ethernet (FE) ports.
100BASE-FX SFP for FE Ports Specifications
Table 41: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Average launch power
-20 dBm
-14 dBm
Center wavelength
1270 nm
1380 nm
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Receive sensitivity
-31 dBm
Table 42: Receiver
Average receive power (max)
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Table 43: Operating distance range over each fiber type:
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
62.5/125 mm MMF
2m
2000 m
50/125 mm MMF
2m
2000 m
10/100/1000BASE-T Copper SFP Specifications lists specifications for the 10/100/1000BASE-T copper
SFP module. The 10/100/1000BASE-T copper SFP module is compatible with the Gigabit Ethernet
standard and 1000Base-T standard as specified in the IEEE 802.3ab standard.
10/100/1000BASE-T Copper SFP Specifications
Table 44: 10/100/1000BASE-T Copper SFP Specifications
Parameter
Value
Supply current
375 mA maximum
Link distance for each speed
1 Gbps
100 m using Cat5 cable
100 Mbps
150 m using Cat5 cable
10 Mbps
250 m using Cat5 cable
SFP+ Specifications
The SR SFP+ module conforms to the 10GBASE-SR standard.
SR SFP+ Specifications
Table 45: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
-7.3 dBm
Center wavelength
840 nm
850 nm
860 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
-1 dBm
Table 46: Receiver
Parameter
Receive sensitivity
-11 dBm
Average receive power (max)
-1 dBm
Operating wavelength
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840 nm
850 nm
860 nm
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Table 47: Link
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Link power budget
Maximum
7.5 dB
Table 48: Operating distance range (depends on type and modal bandwidth):
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
62.5 mm MMF (160 MHz*km)
62.5 mm MMF (200 MHz*km)
50 mm MMF (400 MHz*km)
50 mm MMF (500 MHz*km)
50 mm MMF (2000 MHz*km)
Maximum
26 m
33 m
66 m
82 m
300 m
LR SFP+ Specifications lists the specifications for the LR SFP+ module. The LR SFP+ module conforms
to the 10GBASE-LR standard.
LR SFP+ Specifications
Table 49: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
-8.2 dBm
Center wavelength
1260 nm
1310 nm
1355 nm
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average receive power (max)
–14.4 dBm
Center wavelength
1260 nm
0.5 dBm
Table 50: Receiver
–1 dBm
1310 nm
1355 nm
Maximum receiver sensitivity in OMA
–12.6 dBm
Operating distance
10 km
ER SFP+ Specifications lists the specifications for the ER SFP+ module. The ER SFP+ module conforms
to the 10GBASE-ER standard.
ER SFP+ Specifications
Table 51: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Average launch power
Center wavelength
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4 dBm
1530 nm
1550 nm
1565 nm
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Table 52: Receiver
Parameter
Minimum
Average receive power (max)
–15.8 dBm
Center wavelength
1530 nm
Typical
Maximum
–1 dBm
1550 nm
1565 nm
Maximum receiver sensitivity in OMA
–14.1 dBm 1
Operating distance
40 km
LRM SFP+ Specifications lists specifications for the LRM SFP+ module. The LRM SFP+ module conforms
to the 10GBASE-LRM standard
LRM SFP+ Specifications
Table 53: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Average launch power
–6.5 dBm
0.5 dBm
Center wavelength
1260 nm
1355 nm
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Average receive power (max)
–6.5 dBm
0.5 dBm
Center wavelength
1260 nm
1355 nm
Table 54: Receiver
Maximum receiver sensitivity in OMA
1.5 dBm
Operating distance
220 m
ZR SFP+ Specifications
Table 55: ZR SFP+ Specifications
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
–2 dBm
0
3 dBm
Center wavelength
1530 nm
1550 nm
1570nm
Receiver sensitivity in OMA
–24 dBm
Average Recieve Power (max)
-3 dBm
Operating Wavelenghth
1530
Operating Distance
1
1550
1570
80 km
OMA=10log10[2P{(A-1)/(A+1)}], A = 10(Er/10), P = 10(Pf/10)
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QSFP+ Specifications
The following lists the specifications for the SR4 QSFP+ module. The SR4 QSFP+ module conforms to
the 802.3ba D3.2 (40GBASE-SR4) standard.
This module is a Class 1M laser device.
SR4 QSFP+ Specifications
Table 56: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power, each lane
-7.6 dBm
Center wavelength
840 nm
850 nm
860 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
2.4 dBm
Table 57: Receiver
Parameter
Stressed receiver sensitivity in OMA, each lane
-5.4 dBm
Average receive power (max), each lane
-9.5 dBm
2.4 dBm
Operating wavelength
840 nm
850 nm
860 nm
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Link power budget
1.9 dB
Table 58: Link
10 dB
Table 59: Operating distance over each fiber type:
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
OM3 fiber
OM4 fiber
Maximum
100 m
150 m
LR4 QSFP+Specifications
Table 60: LR4 QSFP+ Specifications
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Average launch power, each lane
-7.0 dBm
2.3 dBm
Center wavelength
1264.5 nm
1277.5 nm
1284.5 nm
1297.5 nm
1304.5 nm
1317.5 nm
Transmitter
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Table 60: LR4 QSFP+ Specifications (continued)
1324.5 nm
1337.5 nm
Receiver
Stressed receiver sensitivity in OMA, each lane
-11.5 dBm
Average receive power each lane
2.3 dBm
-13.7 dBm
Operating wavelength
1264.5 nm
1277.5 nm
1284.5 nm
1297.5 nm
1304.5 nm
1317.5nm
1324.5 nm
1337.5 nm
Link
Link power budget
6.7 dB
Operating distance:
SMF (single mode fiber)
10 km
XFP Specifications
The following lists the specifications for the LR XFP module.
LR XFP Module Specifications
Table 61: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
-8.2 dBm
Center wavelength
1260 nm
1310 nm
1355 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
0.5 dBm
Table 62: Receiver
Parameter
Average receiver power (max)
Center wavelength
0.5 dBm
1260 nm
1310 nm
1355 nm
Stressed receiver sensitivity in OMA
-10.3 dBm
0.093 mW 2
Operating distance
10 km
ER XFP Module Specifications lists specifications for the ER XFP module.
2
OMA=10log10[2P{(A-1)/(A+1)}], A = 10(Er/10), P = 10(Pf/10)
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ER XFP Module Specifications
Table 63: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
–4.7 dBm
4 dBm
Center wavelength
1530 nm
1565 nm
Table 64: Receiver
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average receiver power (max)
–11.8 dBm
–1 dBm
Center wavelength
1260 nm
1580 nm
Maximum receiver sensitivity in OMA
14.1 dBm 3
Operating distance
40 km
SR XFP Module Specifications lists specifications for the SR XFP module.
SR XFP Module Specifications
Table 65: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
-7.3 dBm
Center wavelength
840 nm
850 nm
860 nm
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average receiver power (max)
–9.9 dBm
–1 dBm
Center wavelength
840 nm
860 nm
–1.3 dBm
Table 66: Receiver
3
4
Maximum receiver sensitivity in OMA
-11.1 dBm 4
Operating distance
300 m
OMA=10log10[2P{(A-1)/(A+1)}], A = 10(Er/10), P = 10(Pf/10)
OMA=10log10[2P{(A-1)/(A+1)}], A = 10(Er/10), P = 10(Pf/10)
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Table 67: Operating distance range (depends on type and modal bandwidth)
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
62.5 mm MMF (160 MHz*km)
62.5 mm MMF (200 MHz*km)
50 mm MMF (400 MHz*km)
50 mm MMF (500 MHz*km)
50 mm MMF (2000 MHz*km)
Maximum
26 m
33 m
66 m
82 m
300 m
ZR XFP Module Specifications lists specifications for the ZR XFP module.
ZR XFP Module Specifications
Table 68: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
0.5 dBm
2 dBm
4 dBm
Center wavelength
1530 nm
1550 nm
1565 nm
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Table 69: Receiver
Parameter
Average receiver power (max)
–7 dBm
Center wavelength
Receiver sensitivity
1550 nm
–24 dBm
Operating distance
80 km
Tunable DWDM XFP Module Specifications lists specifications for the tunable DWDM XFP module. TX
Wavelengths and Channel Assignments for the Tunable DWDM XFP lists the transmitter center
wavelength associated with each configurable channel on the tunable DWDM module.
Tunable DWDM XFP Module Specifications
Table 70: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Average launch power
–1 dBm
Center wavelength
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Typical
Maximum
3 dBm
See TX
Wavelengths and
Channel
Assignments for the
Tunable DWDM XFP
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Table 71: Receiver
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Average receiver power (max)
Maximum
–7 dBm
Center wavelength
1260 nm
Receiver sensitivity
–24 dBm
1600 nm
Operating distance
80 km
Table 72: TX Wavelengths and Channel Assignments for the Tunable DWDM XFP
TX
Wavelength
Channel
TX
Wavelength
Channel
TX
Wavelength
Channel
TX
Wavelength
Channel
1568.77 nm
11
1558.17 nm
24
1547.72 nm
37
1537.40 nm
50
1568.36 nm
1150
1557.77 nm
2450
1547.32 nm
3750
1537.00 nm
5050
1567.95 nm
12
1557.36 nm
25
1546.92 nm
38
1536.61 nm
51
1567.54 nm
1250
1556.96 nm
2550
1546.52 nm
3850
1536.22 nm
5150
1567.13 nm
13
1556.55 nm
26
1546.12 nm
39
1535.82 nm
52
1566.72 nm
1350
1556.15 nm
2650
1545.72 nm
3950
1535.43 nm
5250
1566.31 nm
14
1555.75 nm
27
1545.32 nm
40
1535.04 nm
53
1565.90 nm
1450
1555.34 nm
2750
1544.92 nm
4050
1534.64 nm
5350
1565.50 nm
15
1554.94 nm
28
1544.53 nm
41
1534.25 nm
54
1565.09 nm
1550
1554.54 nm
2850
1544.13 nm
4150
1533.86 nm
5450
1564.68 nm
16
1554.13 nm
29
1543.73 nm
42
1533.47 nm
55
1564.27 nm
1650
1553.73 nm
2950
1543.33 nm
4250
1533.07 nm
5550
1563.86 nm
17
1553.33 nm
30
1542.94 nm
43
1532.68 nm
56
1563.45 nm
1750
1552.93 nm
3050
1542.54 nm
4350
1532.29 nm
5650
1563.05 nm
18
1552.52 nm
31
1542.14 nm
44
1531.90 nm
57
1562.64 nm
1850
1552.12 nm
3150
1541.75 nm
4450
1531.51 nm
5750
1562.23 nm
19
1551.72 nm
32
1541.35 nm
45
1531.12 nm
58
1561.83 nm
1950
1551.32 nm
3250
1540.95 nm
4550
1530.72 nm
5850
1561.42 nm
20
1550.92 nm
33
1540.56 nm
46
1530.33 nm
59
1561.01 nm
2050
1550.52 nm
3350
1540.16 nm
4650
1529.94 nm
5950
1560.61 nm
21
1550.12 nm
34
1539.77 nm
47
1529.55 nm
60
1560.20 nm
2150
1549.72 nm
3450
1539.37 nm
4750
1529.16 nm
6050
1559.79 nm
22
1549.32 nm
35
1538.98 nm
48
1528.77 nm
61
1559.39 nm
2250
1548.91 nm
3550
1538.58 nm
4850
1528.38 nm
6150
1558.98 nm
23
1548.51 nm
36
1538.19 nm
49
1558.58 nm
2350
1548.11 nm
3650
1537.79 nm
4950
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XENPAK Specifications
The following lists specifications for the SR XENPAK module:
SR XENPAK Module Specifications
Table 73: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power
-7.3 dBm
Center wavelength
840 nm
850 nm
860 nm
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average receiver power (max)
–9.9 dBm
–1 dBm
Center wavelength
840 nm
860 nm
–1.3 dBm
Table 74: Receiver
Maximum receiver sensitivity in OMA
-11.1 dBm 5
Operating distance
300 m
Table 75: Operating distance range (depends on type and modal bandwidth)
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
62.5 mm MMF (160 MHz*km)
62.5 mm MMF (200 MHz*km)
50 mm MMF (400 MHz*km)
50 mm MMF (500 MHz*km)
50 mm MMF (2000 MHz*km)
Maximum
26 m
33 m
66 m
82 m
300 m
Note
The launch power (measured using the average power method used by power meters) is
measured at the factory. The average launch power minimum value is provided as a
reference, not a pass/fail criterion.
LR XENPAK Module Specifications lists specifications for the LR XENPAK module.
5
OMA=10log10[2P{(A-1)/(A+1)}], A = 10(Er/10), P = 10(Pf/10)
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LR XENPAK Module Specifications
Table 76: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Average launch power
-8.2 dBm
0.5 dBm
Center wavelength
1260 nm
1310 nm
1355 nm
Table 77: Receiver
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Average receiver power (max)
Center wavelength
0.5 dBm
1260 nm
1310 nm
1355 nm
Stressed receiver sensitivity in OMA
-10.3 dBm
0.093 mW 6
Operating distance
10 km
ER XENPAK Module Specifications lists specifications for the ER XENPAK module.
Table 78: ER XENPAK Module Specifications
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Average launch power
-4.7 dBm
4.0 dBm
Optical link budget
10.9 dB
Wavelength range
1530 nm
1565 nm
Distance range:
5 dBm attentuation
2m
40 km
Maximum receiver sensitivity in OMA
-14.1 dBm
Note
The launch power (measured using the average power method used by power meters) is
measured at the factory. The average launch power minimum value is provided as a
reference, not a pass/fail criterion.
ZR XENPAK Module Specifications lists specifications for the ZR XENPAK module.
6
OMA=10log10[2P{(A-1)/(A+1)}], A = 10(Er/10), P = 10(Pf/10)
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ZR XENPAK Module Specifications
Table 79: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Optical output power
0 dBm
4 dBm
Center wavelength
1530 nm
1565 nm
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Optical input power
-22 dBm
-7 dBm
Operating wavelength
1530 nm
1565 nm
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Optical link loss
11 dB
22 dB
Optical dispersion
0 ps/nm
1600 ps/nm
Table 80: Receiver
Table 81: General
Operating distance
80 km
warning
To prevent permanent damage to the ZR XENPAK and other equipment: always check the
optical input power of the receiver before inserting the fiber. The maximum optical input
power for the receiver is -7 dBm. If you use optical loopback for diagnostics purposes, the
loopback requires a minimum of 10 dB optical attenuation. The recommended attenuation
range is 10 dB to 15 dB.
LX4 XENPAK Module Specifications lists specifications for the LX4 XENPAK module.
LX4 XENPAK Module Specifications
Table 82: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Average launch power, 4 lanes
+ 5.5 dBm
Average launch power, per lane
- 0.5 dBm
Optical modulation amplitude (OMA), per lane:
SMF
- 6.25 dBm
- 1.25 dBm
MMF
- 6.75 dBm
- 1.25 dBm
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Table 83: Receiver
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Average receive power, 4 lanes
+ 5.5 dBm
Average receive power, per lane
- 0.5 dBm
Receive sensitivity (OMA), per lane
- 14.45 dBm
Table 84: Optical link budget
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Wavelength range
1269.0 nm
1293.5 nm
1318.0 nm
1342.5 nm
1282.4 nm
1306.9 nm
1331.4 nm
1355.9 nm
Minimum
Maximum
Table 85: Operating distance range:
Parameter
SMF
10 km
MMF
300 m
LW XENPAK Module Specifications lists specifications for the LW XENPAK module.
LW XENPAK Module Specifications
Table 86: Transmitter
Parameter
Measurement
Signaling speed (nominal)
9.95328 GBd
Signaling speed variation from nominal (max)
+/-20 ppm
Center wavelength (range)
1260 to 1355 nm
Average launch power (max)
0.5 dBm
Average launch power (min)
-8.2 dBm
Table 87: Receiver
Parameter
Measurement
Center wavelength (range)
1260 to 1600 nm
Average receive power (max)
0.5 dBm
Average receive power (min)
-14.4 dBm
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Table 87: Receiver (continued)
Parameter
Measurement
Receive sensitivity (max) in OMA
0.055 (-12.6) uW/dBm
Operating distance
10 Km
Caution
The maximum input power (average receive power) should be less than 0.5 dBm)
CFP2 Specifications
The following lists the specifications for CFP2 modules.
There are two CFP2 modules:
• SR10
• LR4
These modules are Class 1M laser devices.
CFP2 SR10 Specifications
Table 88: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average launch power, each lane
-6.5 dBm
-
4.0 dBm
Center wavelength
840 nm
-
860 nm
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Stressed receiver sensitivity in OMA, each lane
-5.4 dBm
-
-
Average receive power (max), each lane
-9.5 dBm
-
2.4 dBm
Operating wavelength
840 nm
-
860 nm
Typical
Maximum
Table 89: Receiver
Table 90: Operating distance over each fiber type:
Parameter
OM3 fiber
OM4 fiber
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100 m
150 m
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CFP2 LR4 Specifications
Table 91: Transmitter
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Average Output Power in OMA
-1.3 dBm
4.5 dBm
Center wavelength
1295 nm
1310 nm
Table 92: Receiver
Parameter
Minimum
Receiver sensitivity in OMA
-8.6 dBm
Average receive power (max), each lane
Operating wavelength
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Typical
Maximum
4.5 dBm
4.5 dBm
1295 nm
1310 nm
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