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Correct Module for a DELL PowerConnect 6248 Switch

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Hi there

This might seem like a daft question, but I'm looking to confirm which part I would need to connect a DELL SFP+ cable (part number 337MK) to a DELL PowerConnect 6248 switch.

I think it's just a Dual Port SFP+ Module, but if anyone could confirm if this is correct as well as the part number for the module that would be fantastic - I've not had much experience with these switches.
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My question is what are you trying to accomplish. It looks like this module uses the twinax cabling, for 10g up to 5-7 meters.
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It's literally just to get a 10g connection to a server in the cabinet next to it, so only requires short cable length.
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What type of interface is on the server?
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by:Notanotherdotcom
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It's an Intel X520 DA2 10GbE Dual Port SFP+ Server Adapter
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You should be fine then. Just wanted to make sure.
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As long as it's not far from the switch.
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Cheers!
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