Feb 11, Messages: Lichtwald , Jan 10, I also couldn’t get it to link with the sfp port on my Dell Only brocade branded are reported to work. Also, here is a link to the drivers on the Brocade site in case anyone needs it.

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Brocade datasheet seams really out of date listing only: Sep 17, Messages: Anyone have links to working cables? Do you already have an account? If anyone experiences instability with these NICs, it can help to update the firmware.

You must log in or sign up to reply here. I have a few of these cards and I believe they are not compatible with a passive DAC.

PatrickJan 4, I picked up a few of these as well. Mar 6, Messages: Couldn’t get it to run on SE11 or Omnios. Unraid and Brocade Dec 21, Messages: I’m reading up on 10 Gbit equipment and have one, i guess really simple, question.


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Feb 11, Messages: Thanks for the tip This is probably essxi, but I thought I would mention it anyway: Force10, Finisar, Avago port instantly went into error state with “foreign” sfp. RTMFeb 8, TangoWhiskey9Jan 5, This lists the SFPP part number and says passive: Also, here is a link to the drivers on the Brocade site in case anyone needs it. Jan 26, Messages: I don’t know if the SFPP changes that. Or are transceivers mounted on the cables now days?

Jun 28, Messages: Jun 5, Messages: Starting a thread on these cards. DolphinsDanFeb 11, The configuration I experiences trouble with is: Oct 13, Messages: I am curious what is the difference between active and non active cables.

So far the cables are installed and happy with Win 7 and 8.

I’m pretty sure the Brocade ‘s only support the active twinax cables. PatrickJan 5, I’ll let you know if they work when they get here. Here is an ebay link to the cards: