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    Cannot cable-test last 4 ports on TL-SG2424

    Model : TL-SG2424
    Hardware Version : TL-SG2424 2.0
    Firmware Version : 1.0.2 Build 20150714 Rel.61832(s)
    ISP : Comcast

    my TL-SG2424 shows a "T" designation for the last 4 ports, but I can't seem to find out what this is for. Additionally, these ports are not available in the Cable Test section of the management console. Any data around the types of ports these are would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!
    Mike
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    Last edited by phatman81; 03-15-2018 at 16:13. Reason: added data [model/versions/ISP]

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    This are Combo ports (either copper or SFPs). Note that TL-SG2424 has been superseeded byT1600G-28TS, which has four separate SFP ports (thus, 28 in total, but otherwise almost identical to TL-SG2424).

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    I knew I had the info when I bought it, but could no find it now. Thanks!!!

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    Just out of curiosity: if you connect a copper cable into one of the combo ports and remove the SFP, does the port become selectable in the cable test menu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by R1D2 View Post
    Just out of curiosity: if you connect a copper cable into one of the combo ports and remove the SFP, does the port become selectable in the cable test menu?
    I had copper plugged-into 2x of them and neither reported on the cable-test list [hence my initial confusion]. I haven't tried the SFP ports yet...


 

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