The values 1310nm and 1533nm are wavelength values for the optics. Typically, 1310nm is used for single-mode shorter length applications. Whereas 1533nm is used for extremely long distance high bandwidth applications.
I believe there is NO command to get the reach of these optics and few of them could be non-juniper as well.
Per my understanding, the maximum reach for :
1310 SMF (Single Mode Fiber) is approximately 10kms
1533 SMF (Single Mode Fiber), 1533nm - considering it close to 1550 nm would be around 70-80 kms.
For the Juniper Optics Modules, you could use this table and understand the distance in the Max Reach column:
You also may want to check documentation about SFPs and QSFPs capabilities, there is a wide number of options.
Based on the output you could use 4x 100gig links (or its variations for breakout connections) and 40x 10gig links. check out the different transceiver modules supported. they will be listed in the proper QFX datasheet.
For example, for a QFX5k
Determining Interface Support for the QFX5100 Device
BiDi optics use a single fiber to connect between devices while standard optics require two fibers. Note this means that with BiDi the transmit and recieve run on the same fiber so they have two frequencies noted.
I'll also note here that SM optics come in a wide range of distences and frequencies you do need to read the specs on each and match the pairs on the link. Distances can range from 10-100 km (120 for xfp). You will need to match both distance and frequency on the link.
Also using vastly larger distance rating than needed can cause the link not to work. There is a hot alarm on optics if they recieve too much power and the link won't come up. So you would then need to pad the link in that case. The distance number is a substitute for the transmit power and these are just estimates, your milage may vary based on quality of fiber, splices, connectors and patch panel usage.
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