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Fiber Cables - Swapping an 8.3/125 SM with a 9/125 SM Cable?

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I have a Cisco 3550 switch with an existing 8.3/125 SM SC/SC Fiber cable connecting to a router in the basement. I need to move the switch further away from where it is, so need a longer cable.

If i use a 9/125 SM SC/SC Fiber Cable as a replacement,it should just work right? No config change needed?

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That's correct, single-mode fiber with the same connectors...   you won't have an issue.
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Cheers thanks!
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