Summit X670-48x (17103)- is this switch supports both 10G optical and 1G electrical ports togather?

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Hi Experts,
I have a scehnario, where i need 10G optical ports and 1 G electrical ports , so question is :-

--> Summit X670-48x  (17103)- is this switch supports both 10G optical and 1G electrical ports?
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Hi!

Yes, X670 is support both speed.
I had like this installation in our big Customer.
They use 10G ports as fiber, and 1G copper transceivers.
All work fine.

Thank you!
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Hello Kuldeep, yes, this switch supports both 10G fiber and 1G copper port configurations.

Data Sheets referencing capabilities by hardware platform are available from the support pages of our website at: http://www.extremenetworks.com/resources/
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Or just go to the official Extreme webpage and choose the product and scroll down and you'll find the datasheet with all the information that you need.

http://www.extremenetworks.com/product/x670-series/
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Is it possible to use Base- T SFP modules of "HP make" on this switch for Rj45 Ethernet connectivity?

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Also in the datasheet - page#10 ordering information lists all SFPs and cables and erverything.

Here the full link...
https://cloud.kapostcontent.net/pub/e3a10789-0110-4fd2-9948-2db95ec4403b/summit-x670-ds-1.pdf
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A more comprehensive list of supported optics can be found here:
http://documentation.extremenetworks.com/pluggable/PluggableHardware/c_preface.shtml

If you already have some optics available that you would like to try, you can insert them into the port and do "debug hal show optic-info" at the CLI to check if that particular optic is supported or not. That being said, please be aware that the recommendation here is that you do not use optics that are unsupported.