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I saw some of this discussion on NANOG.. Drew you are spot on there are special optics for OTDR as it has to be able to send a pulse down the fiber and measure the amount of reflection and how long it took the reflected light to return. Very specialized optics. It would then need to have an algorithm to present the loss and findings to you via a web interface or something where you could see the splices and know the distance. This would be a far stretch for any switch or router to do.... Heck I will settle for us being able to pull the DDMI info via a MIB
Drew, is it possible to receive the status of transceiver by snmp? What MIB imust be use?
Hello Drew!! I have another doubt. How I could to check the Tx and Rx power in trnasceiver ports that haven´t ddmi? (Switch Extreme X250 e)Is it possible?My boss want to monitor the port transceiver by SNMP in our NOC.Thanks for your help.Renato
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