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transceiver question

transceiver question

transceiver question

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My setup is fiber to a Cisco 3500, to a transceiver, fiber to a another transceiver and into another Cisco 3500.

From transceiver to transceiver, the fiber should be tx to tx and rx to rx?  

Thanks

sorry for dumb question. (for some reason is not working and trying to troubleshoot the problem).


RE: transceiver question

TX to RX  it's a pair of one way pipes if you will imagine it.

Mike S

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