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== S-RJ01 ==
== S-RJ01 ==
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility#S-RJ01]] }}
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility#S-RJ01]] }}
Table that states in what link rates if mounted in specific MikroTik devices S-RJ01 module will be able to work. Use these modules only with auto-negotiation enabled, forced link speeds are not supported. They will negotiate to correct duplex and highest possible rate.
{| border="1" class="wikitable collapsible sortable" style="text-align: center"
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b><u>Model</u></b>
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>1000</b>
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>100</b>
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>10</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB4011
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB3011
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB922
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB921
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | hAP ac
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | hEX PoE
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | hEX S
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB953
|  <b>+/+</b>
|  <b>-/+</b>
|  <b>-/+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB2011
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB260
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RBFTC11
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | LHG XL 52 ac
|  <b>-</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RBD22/D23
mANTBox 52 15s/NetMetal ac²
|  <b>-</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS106
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS112
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS125/CRS109
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS212
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS226/CRS210
|  <b>-</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|  <b>-</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CSS/CRS305-1G-4S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CSS/CRS309-1G-8S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS318-1Fi-15Fr-2S
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS318-16P-2S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CSS/CRS326-24G-2S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS354
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CSS/CRS328-4C-20S-4S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CSS/CRS328-24P-4S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CSS/CRS317-1G-16S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS326-24S+2Q+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|- 
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CSS610-8G-2S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CSS610-1Gi-7R-2S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1009
|  <b>+/+</b>
|  <b>+/+</b>
|  <b>+/+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1016-12S-1S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1036-12G-4S
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1036-8G-2S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1072-1G-8S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|}
Notes:
* Rate works fine: +
* Rate does not work: -
* RB953: SFP1/SFP2
* CCR1009: SFP+/SFP


== 10 Gigabit Ethernet ==
== 10 Gigabit Ethernet ==

Revision as of 10:25, 18 May 2021

MikroTik SFP/SFP+/QSFP+ compatibility


1G SFP


10G SFP+/25G SFP28


40G QSFP+


S-RJ01


10 Gigabit Ethernet


S+RJ10


Use these modules only in 10G SFP+ ports with auto-negotiation enabled, forced link speeds are not supported. They will negotiate to correct duplex and highest possible rate. For proper S+RJ10 module installation and recommended use case scenarios, please read S+RJ10 General Guidance.

Speed Cable type S+RJ10 to Ethernet port
10BASE-T Cat5e/6 100m
100BASE-T Cat5e/6 100m
1000BASE-T Cat5e/6 100m
2.5GBASE-T Cat5e/6 UTP 100m
2.5GBASE-T Cat5e/6 STP 100m
5GBASE-T Cat5e/6 100m
10GBASE-T Cat6/7 30m
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Note: Negotiated speed highly depends on quality and length of the cables that are used.


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Note: S+RJ10 to S+RJ10 always will negotiate to highest possible rate.


The latest revision of S+RJ10 contains "/r2" by the end of serial number. It comes with following improvements:

  • Jumbo frames up to 10218 Bytes at 2.5G, 5G and 10G speeds;
  • Actual link speed reporting;
  • DDM monitoring (Supply Voltage, Module temperature).
Link Speed Max MTU
10Gbps 10218
5Gbps 10218
2.5Gbps 10218
1000Mbps 1504
100Mbps 1504
10Mbps 1504

CRS312-4C+8XG


10GE ports maximum supported cable length.

Speed Cable type 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports
10BASE-T Cat5e/6 100m
100BASE-T Cat5e/6 100m
1000BASE-T Cat5e/6 100m
2.5GBASE-T Cat5e/6 100m
5GBASE-T Cat5e/6 100m
10GBASE-T Cat6/7 30m
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Note: Negotiated speed highly depends on quality and length of the cables that are used.


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Warning: 10GE ports doesn't support Half duplex mode with forced link speeds.


SFP+ interface compatibility settings with SFP optical transceivers


For MikroTik devices with SFP+ interface that support both 10G and 1G link rate following settings must be set on both linked devices for required interfaces. These settings only relate when optical SFP transceivers are used. In order to get them working in 1G link rate, use the following configuration:

/interface ethernet set sfp-sfpplus1 auto-negotiation=no speed=1Gbps full-duplex=yes
  • auto-negotiation disabled
  • port speed 1G
  • Full-Duplex

Devices which SFP+ ports support 1G links:

  • CCR2004-1G-12S+2XS - All SFP+ interfaces can be used in 1G mode if required.
  • CCR1072-1G-8S+ - All SFP+ interfaces can be used in 1G mode if required.
  • CCR1036-8G-2S+ - All SFP+ interfaces can be used in 1G mode if required.
  • CCR1009-8G-1S-1S+ - All SFP+ interfaces can be used in 1G mode if required.
  • CCR1009-7G-1C-1S+ - All SFP+ interfaces can be used in 1G mode if required.
  • CSS326-24G-2S+RM - All SFP+ interfaces can be used in 1G mode if required.
  • CRS3xx series switches - All SFP+ interfaces can be used in 1G mode if required.
  • RB4011 series - SFP+1 interface can be used in 1G mode if required.
  • CRS226-24G-2S+ - Only SFP+1 supports 1G link speed, SFP+2 is for 10G links only.
  • CRS210-8G-2S+ - Only SFP+1 supports 1G link speed, SFP+2 is for 10G links only.
  • CSS610 series switches - All SFP+ interfaces can be used in 1G mode if required.

Devices which SFP+ interfaces can be used only for 10G links:

  • CCR1016-12S-1S+
  • CRS212-1G-10S-1S+

SFP interface compatibility with 100M fiber links


SFP interface on below mentioned devices is compatible with fast ethernet fiber links.

Compatible devices (interface):

  • CCR1009-7G-1C (combo1)
  • CCR1009-7G-1C-1S+ (combo1)
  • CRS106-1C-5S (combo1)
  • CRS328-4C-20S-4S+ (combo1 - combo4 and SFP1 - SFP20)
  • LHG XL 52 ac
  • RBD22/D23/mANTBox 52 15s/NetMetal ac²

QSFP+ interfaces compatibility settings with SFP+ ports


For MikroTik devices, the connection between the QSFP+ and SFP+ ports, using breakout cables, the following settings on QSFP+ interfaces need to be set:

  • auto-negotiation disabled
  • port speed 10G
  • Full-Duplex
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Note: On the SFP+ side, auto-negotiation remains enabled.