I'm not familiar with 100G module, cable MPO/MTP.
we connect MPO/MTP cable as below diagram: QFX5110-32Q- JNP-QSFP-100G-SR4 <=> CPAK-100G-SR4-Nexus-7k-F3
does this diagram works?
additional, QSFP-100G-SR4-S, I don't understand 'S' at the end of word, what does it mean ?
I believe the 100G-SR4 should be compatible with the cisco 100G optics.
So this should work.
The cable used is MPO, OM4/OM3 MMF is supported by both the optics.
In QSFP-100G-SR4-S i guess S is the nomenclature for cisco fiber optics and M for the copper ones.
Hope this helps.
looks fine to me, both transceivers have MPO connectors.
> QSFP-100G-SR4-S, I don't understand 'S' at the end of word, what does it mean ?
It means "Spare", which means that you can order it seperately.
Here you can find the datasheet of this transceiver:
do you have any fact or parameters which is compatible ?
I found this information
the connector QSFP-100G-SR4: 12-ribbon multimode fiber crossover cable with female MPO/UPC connectors
the connector CPAK-100G-SR4: 12-fiber parallel fiber terminated with MPO multifiber connectors
The QSFP-100G-SR4 is a Juniper Compatible Transceiver, I suggest you visit this link for a list of all compatible components for QFX5110:
The CPAK-100G-SR4 is Cisco Transceiver module and from the above link, I did not find this to be compatible on Juniper.
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as I understand, if I change the Fiber module at both sites as below, Does it work?
Juniper CFP-100GBASE-SR10 with24-fiber MPO connector
Cisco CPAK-100GBASE-SR10 with female MPO/MTP-24 connector
As per my understanding, this should work however we cannot guarantee a 100% working for a third party optics on the Juniper device