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Cisco MGBSX1 Gigabit SX Mini-GBIC SFP Transceiver

by Cisco
6 customer reviews

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  • Former Linksys Business Series
  • Supports 1,000 Mbps connectivity
  • Warranty - 3 years
  • The SX module uses 850 nanometer wavelength light in multimode fiber optic cables, and can achieve distances up to 220 or 550 meters
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Product Description

This easy-to-install Mini-GBIC (or SFP) module provides a simple way to add Gigabit functionality to your Linksys switch. Gigabit fiber is often used to connect two switches together. The technology used depends on the distance between the two switches.


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  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 0.4 x 0.2 inches ; 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0001Q5SV4
  • Item model number: MGBSX1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mel Beckman on April 26, 2012
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This SFP fiber adapter is compatible with Cisco's SG-200 and SG-300 line of Ethernet switches. It may be compatible with others, but it definitely works in these -- I tested it thoroughly. Another reviewer complained that this is a rebranded part which won't work in Cisco switches. It's not rebranded, it's a genuine Cisco-manufactured part. It's not from Linksys (which was spun out of Cisco some time ago). However, it isn't designed to work in Cisco's Enterprise-grade Catalyst switches. Catalyst SFP modules have completely different part numbers.

The good news about the Cisco SG300 line (but not the SG200) is that this switch now runs a bonafide version of Cisco's IOS software, making it compatible with the IOS Command Line Interface (CLI). The IOS enhancement also completely revamped the GUI interface, which is excellent. Take care, however, to remember to save any configuration changes you make, whether by CLI or GUI. Unlike other low-cost managed switches, the SG300 does not save automatically save configuration changes (this is the behavior of Cisco's Catalyst line switches also, so Cisco is just being consistent).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Palmer on August 12, 2014
This transceiver is for the Cisco Small Business line of switches.

I use these commonly in SF200, SF300, SG200, SG100, SG300 (100,200,220,300 lines) switches and can confirm they all work as intended. This is the GBIC built by Cisco/Linksys for that line of switches. You can find these if you can use do a simple Google search for "Cisco Small Business Switches". I've got some of these going on three years of uptime now.

These are not built for the Cisco Enterprise lines of switches (2900, 3560, 3750, etc), even though some people have had success with them, tricking IOS to use an unsupported adapter, but those switches have their own line of GBIC specifically made for them (The compatible model for the enterprise line switches is GLC-SX-MM=). If it was my network, I would buy what is meant for the switch, whether it is this model for my small business lines, or the Enterprise model for my beastlier switches.
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By Douglas Norwood on October 28, 2014
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A seemingly simple device which actually does something very cool. For the user, though, it's a piece of cake - insert the fiber, plug into the switch, done.
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