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stacking over copper ICX 7250

amjad_hamayel
New Contributor II

hello All,

can we do a stacking  if we connect copper transceiver to uplink port on ICX7250-48P-2X10G ??

 

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DarrelRhodes
Contributor III

Hi Amjad,

The Ruckus certified 10G-BASE-TX RJ-45 optic (10G-SFPP-TX-A) cannot be used for stacking. 

Passive and active copper DAC cables are available and can be used for stacking.

For further details please refer to the Ruckus Optics family data sheet for further details: https://www.commscope.com/product-type/enterprise-networking/optical-transceivers/

Also be aware that 10Gb RJ45 optics have high power consumption and generate high temperatures, so it may not be possible to run 2x of these modules side-by-side.

Best regards,
Darrel.

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jijo_panangat
Contributor III

Hi Amjad,

What is the transceiver type/model been used for stacking ? 
'show media' o/p will help.


Thanks
Jijo 

@jijo_panangat
still don't have the  transceiver  

just asking before purchase process  
 

DarrelRhodes
Contributor III

Hi Amjad,

The Ruckus certified 10G-BASE-TX RJ-45 optic (10G-SFPP-TX-A) cannot be used for stacking. 

Passive and active copper DAC cables are available and can be used for stacking.

For further details please refer to the Ruckus Optics family data sheet for further details: https://www.commscope.com/product-type/enterprise-networking/optical-transceivers/

Also be aware that 10Gb RJ45 optics have high power consumption and generate high temperatures, so it may not be possible to run 2x of these modules side-by-side.

Best regards,
Darrel.

@darrel_rhodes 

thank you for your quick answer 

the same  with 1G copper ?