Gig-E not a copper hand off??
kenneth at mail1.ttak.org
Wed Feb 18 16:58:05 MST 2009
If one has the following line written in a contract with a data center,
what would this indicate to you?
Bandwidth: 100mbps (burstable to 1Gbps)
Type of Connection: Gig-E
To me this would indicate I would have a copper Gigabit Ethernet hand
off. Would you think differently?
If you arrived at the data center, on the day of installation, and found
that you were only provided a Single Mode 1310nm Fiber Connector, would
you be surprised, or does Gig-E somehow translate to a fiber hand off?
Please educate me if I am somehow misinformed.
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