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Fiber GBIC for Cisco SRW208P

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I am trying to link my network across IDF closets with fiber based GBIC modules. I have Cisco SRW208P switches and my issue is finding a valid fiber (multi-mode) based mini GBIC module to fit it properly. Most of what I see that Cisco/Linksys makes is copper based gigabit GBIC modules which is not what I need. I need a multi-mode fiber GBIC to fit this unit (could be SC or ST or LC). I am guessing this is going to have to be a non Cisco part generically made by another vendor.

Switch: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps9978/index.html

This post is rated at 500 points because I am in the industry and for the life of me cannot find anything concrete on this.

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Thanks so much. Looks like that is it.
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