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SFP+ transceivers and twinaxial cables supported by the Intel X710DA2

Hi, I need to know what models of Intel (or other brands) SFP+ transceiver modules and twinaxial cables are fully supported and compatible with the Intel X710DA2 converged network adapter. I searched through the Intel website to try and find some Intel branded ones but could only find modules and cables that the website said are only compatible with the Intel X520 converged network adapters. Thanks in advance for any info.

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Re: SFP+ transceivers and twinaxial cables supported by the Intel X710DA2

Anyone? The information provided on the Intel website is not clear about this.

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Re: SFP+ transceivers and twinaxial cables supported by the Intel X710DA2

Thanks for the info. Does Intel not sell any "direct-attach" optic (not copper) cables? Also, could you tell me if the Intel SFP+ transceivers/cables are compatible with Cisco switches?

Thank you

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Re: SFP+ transceivers and twinaxial cables supported by the Intel X710DA2

No, optical cables are commodity, so Intel does not.

SFP+ transceivers from Intel are the only one which Intel certifies. Cables (optical or not) are working fine for us also from other vendors.

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