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My first 10Gb network
I'd posted a while back about wanting to jump on the 10Gb network train and had some questions about fiber. Thanks to a number of contributors, you answered my questions and I finally got everything together.
The goal was to bring a 10Gb connection from my workstation (upstairs) to my FreeNas box in the basement. My run was longer than DAC cables would allow, so I settled on multi-mode fiber. I should mention that I'm not using a switch here, just configuring both cards' interfaces to talk directly to each other through a direct connection between them. u/ImAHoarse
PM'd me asking that I document this, so here's what I did:
Purchased the following gear (note that some pricing has changed since I bought this):
- A pair of Mellanox Connectx-2 cards link
- 2 low profile brackets for the Mellanox cards link
- 15m LC-LC OM3 fiber cable link
- 1m LC-LC OM3 fiber patch cable link
- 2 MFM1T02A-SR fiber transceivers link
All in this cost me $111 USD.
I also picked up a three keystone-jack wall plate to house my other 2-RJ45 connectors and a new LC-LC keystone jack. These are extras and you needn't get them. Link to pictures with descriptions
Ran the fiber though the wall into my upstairs office, along the floor joists in the suspended ceiling the basement, and down to the server in the laundry room.
I'm no expert on this kind of stuff, but it was super simple to get up and going... My bottleneck are the drives in my server, and the link is working as intended as can be seen by the 1.08GB/s transfer speed when the files have been cached in FreeNas's memory.
I didn't think it would be this easy or cheap to do...
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