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Fiber Optic Media Converters

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3 hours ago, Rehmat said:

@beersykins

yea the spec sheet says that its full duplex, so does that mean that it will transfer and receive data at the same time just like normal ethernet,

Full duplex means its communicates both directions at a time as apposed to half duplex which communicates one direction at a time. 

Hi i have been looking at fiber optic media on converters like this one:

http://www.hexin-technology.com/netLINK_1000M_Single-mode_Single_Fiber_Optic_Ethernet_Media_Converter-Product-520.html

 

does anybody know if they can transmit and recieve data at the same time?

 

Thanks

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Yeah they should be full duplex, the real goal is just changing physical media types like fiber to ethernet.

 

I installed one of these in an office last week:

https://www.fs.com/products/35333.html

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@beersykins

yea the spec sheet says that its full duplex, so does that mean that it will transfer and receive data at the same time just like normal ethernet,

Server 1:  CPU: i3 2100T  SSD: 840EVO MOBO: DQ67OW NIC: i340 -T4

Server 2:  CPU: Pentium D  MOBO: Dell Dimension 5150

Switch 1: Netgear GS108

Switch 2: Cisco 3500

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3 hours ago, Rehmat said:

@beersykins

yea the spec sheet says that its full duplex, so does that mean that it will transfer and receive data at the same time just like normal ethernet,

Full duplex means its communicates both directions at a time as apposed to half duplex which communicates one direction at a time. 

I just want to sit back and watch the world burn. 

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thanks all for the useful input

 

Server 1:  CPU: i3 2100T  SSD: 840EVO MOBO: DQ67OW NIC: i340 -T4

Server 2:  CPU: Pentium D  MOBO: Dell Dimension 5150

Switch 1: Netgear GS108

Switch 2: Cisco 3500

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