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What is TXM ADM ? I noticed that it is being used to connect two switches in two different sites [basically, to connect to remote site]
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healyj
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Hi there,

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the sub should have been TXM ADM
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Hello,

Could you please provide a little more information into exactly what you are asking about and what you are looking to find out?

Thank you.
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the plan is to connect primary site to secondary site [60km away from primary] using Cisco MDS 9506 and TXM ADM on each site.

as per plan,
site A site B
cisco 9506 4x2gb FC --- TXM ADM -------------------------- TXM ADM ---- cisco 9506
[dark fiber]
60km
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RRR
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And you're asking what TXM ADM is ? Seems to me it's either a bunch of CWDM SFP's (in a portchannel) in your switches which you connect to your dark fiber or perhaps an external machine which does the long wave communication for you ?

AFAIK in a 9506 you can plug in CWDM SFP's and use them to communicate over 60km at 4Gbps rate, so why are you at 2Gbps ?

If this TXM ADM thingy of yours is a separate machine, it could be a Cisco 9222i or something, or a Brocade/McData/CNT thingy...


Please be a little more specific about what you're trying to find out.
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healyj
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Hi there,

In our effort s to clean up the forum, we came across your question / statement.

If the question / statement is still valid, not expired and you need an update please reach out again and we try to get it answered.

As for now we set it to “answered.”

Regards,

Jim

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