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QSFP+ and QSFP28 for Juniper MX960 routing platform

Date: 2020-02-17 11:50 From: C-light Onclick:
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How to connect Optical module and switch
All switches have two fiber ports, one for each transmission. Of course, there must be 2 fiber jumpers, otherwise the ports will not be able to communicate. When switches are cascaded through fiber ports, the send and receive at both ends of the fiber jumper must be reversed. When one end is connected to "receive", the other end is connected to "transmit". Similarly, when one end is connected to the "elbow", the other end is connected to the "receive". The Cisco GBIC fiber optic modules are marked with the receiving and sending marks. The inward arrow on the left side indicates “receive”, and the outward arrow on the right side indicates “transmit.” If both ends of the fiber jumper are connected, “receive” or “transmit” The port's LED indicator is off, indicating that the connection has failed. The LED indicator turns green only after the fiber port is successfully connected. Similarly, when the aggregation layer switch is connected to the core switch, the fiber's transmit and receive ports must also be between Cross connect as shown.
How to install and uninstall the SFP optical module correctly
SFP optical modules are a type of optical and electrical signal conversion equipment that supports hot swap. The following describes the detailed process of hot swapping SFP optical modules.
The specific steps for installing an SFP optical module are as follows:
Step 1: Wear anti-static gloves to prevent static damage.
Step 2: Take out the SFP optical module, with the tab and label facing up, and the gold fingers facing down. Be careful not to reverse the pros and cons.
Step 3: Push the SFP optical module slowly along the guide rail of the SFP slot of the switch until it is tightly connected to the bottom of the host slot.
Step 4: Observe whether the indicator of the SFP optical module is normal, and determine whether the optical module has been started.
Specific steps for uninstalling the SFP optical module:
Step 1: Wear anti-static gloves to prevent static damage.
Step 2: Pull down the lock of the SFP optical module. Pull the SFP optical module slowly and parallelly by holding the tab.
Step 2: Take out the dustproof cap and cover the SFP optical port. Prevent long-term exposure of the optical port and damage it.
Tips: When working with an SFP optical module, please do not look directly at the two fiber holes of the SFP optical module with your eyes, so as to avoid laser damage to the eyes.

C-Light modules Description Devices
QSFP-100GBASE-LR4 100GBASE-LR4 QSFP28 pluggable module, support only Ethernet rate MX 240, 480, 960, 2K
QSFPP-40GBASE-ER4 40GBASE-ER4 QSFP+ pluggable transceiver MX 240, 480, 960, 2K
QSFPP-40GBASE-LR4 One 40GBASE-LR4 QSFP+ pluggable module MX 240, 480, 960, 2K
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Design of SFP optical module
The optical module is composed of optoelectronic devices, functional circuits, and optical interfaces. It includes two parts: transmitting and receiving. The transmitting part is mainly composed of laser driver circuit and laser. The receiving part is composed of photodiode (PIN) + transimpedance amplifier ( TI A) and limiter. The amplifier (Limi TI ng Amp.) is composed to complete the functions of transparent O / E and E / O conversion of digital signals.
Internal block diagram of the optical module:

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