I was reading a white paper by Panduit that claims that 10GBaseT is suitable for use. I’ve been critical of Cat6A cable and believe that it’s not suitable for data centre use.
Archives for November 2011
It’s not common knowledge that Cisco Press publish errata on their website that list the errors in their textbooks. And especially the more complicated textbooks, its reasonably easy for mistakes to get introduced between the author, reviewer and editor and the publishing process. You can find the errata like this:
Collection of useful, relevant or inane places on the the Internets for 4 Nov 2011:
Recently I noticed that Cisco is selling “Fabric Ethernet Transceivers” for the Nexus switch family. Some research shows that these are replacements for 10GBaseSX SFP modules. Importantly, it’s cheaper to install new cabling than to buy 10BaseSR SFP+ modules.
“Washing My Patch Cables”