Quick tech specs
- GBIC) transceiver module
- up to 24.9 miles
- LC single-mode
- 1310 nm
Know your gear
This HP 3CSFP92 compatible SFP transceiver provides 1000Base-LX throughput up to 10km over single-mode fiber (SMF) at a wavelength of 1310nm using a LC connector. It is guaranteed to be 100% compatible with the equivalent HP transceiver. This easy to install, hot swappable transceiver has been programmed, uniquely serialized and data-traffic and application tested to ensure that it will initialize and perform identically. It is built to meet or exceed the specifications of HP, as well as to comply with MSA (Multi-Source Agreement) standards to ensure seamless network integration. All of our transceivers are Trade Agreements Act (TAA) compliant.
Proline 3Com 3CSFP92 Compatible 1000Base-LX SMF SFP (mini-GBIC) module is rated4.50 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 byit_user251853 from I like IRF, a form of redundancy that allows many switches to share one control panel.Valuable FeaturesWhat I like about HP switches is something called IRF, a form of redundancy that allows many switches to share one control panel.Improvements to My OrganizationTotal cost of ownership and consolidation of the switches is very good.Room for ImprovementI would like to see in future versions their management for IPv6 to be driven more heavily.Stability IssuesWe found some security holes in some of their switches, but overall it's fairly stable.Scalability IssuesScalability is related to the consolidation of many switches into one management plan, so we have to hire less administrators to manage it.Customer Service and Technical SupportI don’t have a lot of direct experience, so I can’t comment.Previous SolutionsComplicated politics with the government of China. Disney is mostly Cisco, and they wanted to investigate whether to bring in more HP stuff.Initial SetupIt’s fairly straightforward.Other Solutions ConsideredCisco and basically all others were on our list. They have a partnership with HP China, so we chose HP.Other Advice* We just needed an alternative vendor to Cisco.* It fulfills our needs, but isn’t perfect.* Support for open protocol standards, security, and are all important factors to consider.* Cisco has huge tech support, and no one matches them right now for routing and switching.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2015-07-02T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 byRamesh Venkataraman from Has a lot of features and is easy to configureWhat is most valuable?We use more VLANs for every location for big data. We service the VLAN to check if the connection is working or not.The hardware side is a very big advantage. We use it 24/7 and we haven't had any problems so far with the switches.What needs improvement?When we try to do configuration changes sometimes it malfunctions.For how long have I used the solution?We have been using these switches for the last 10 years.What do I think about the stability of the solution?It is stable.What do I think about the scalability of the solution?It is easy to scale. We haven't had any issues so far.How are customer service and technical support?We haven't needed to contact support yet. We haven't had any issues that we needed support for.Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?We used Cisco but then we switched to HP. The main difference is the GUI. HP has a lot of features and is easy to configure.How was the initial setup?The initial setup is very easy. The features come with the GUI. It makes it easy for us to configure it. We deployed it by ourselves. We only needed two to four people for the configuration.Once we have a plan we can configure it in one hour.What other advice do I have?I would rate it a ten out of ten. I would definitely recommend it. It has a lifetime warantee.Which deployment model are you using for this solution?On-premisesDisclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2020-04-22T00:00:00-04:00