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Can you identify a mini-gbic module on an HP Procurve from the config?

Posted on 2011-03-08
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I am trying to identify the Mini-Gbic module that is currently in use on an HP Procurve 4104 Switch. I want to identify the module, preferably without yanking the module and checking it. I have viewed the config, modules, and various other information from command line. But I have not been able to view any information about the mini module. Any idea how to identify it?
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by:kdearing
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Not sure of the HP equivalent, but the Cisco command is   show hardware
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show tech transceivers
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Excellent! That is precisely the command needed.
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