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== MikroTik SFP/SFP+/QSFP+ compatibility ==


== This document clarifies compatibility between MikroTik made SFP modules and MikroTik RouterBOARD hardware ==
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility]] }}


{| border="1" class="wikitable collapsible sortable" style="text-align: center"
=== 1G SFP ===
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b><u>Model</u></b>
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility#1G SFP]] }}
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>S-GPON-ONU</b>
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>S-RJ01</b>
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>S-85DLC05D</b>
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>S-31DLC20D</b>
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>S-3553LC20D</b>
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>S+85DLC03D</b>
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>S+31DLC10D</b>
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>S+2332LC10D</b>
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b>SFP+ 1m/3m DAC</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1072-1G-8S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1036-12G-4S
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1036-8G-2S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1016-12S-1S+
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">1</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">1</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">1</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">1</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">1</small></b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1009-7G-1C-1S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1009-7G-1C
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|- 
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1009-8G-1S-1S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
| <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CCR1009-7G-1C-1S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS125-24G-1S
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CSS326-24G-2S+
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS226-24G-2S+
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">2</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #F99;" |  <b>-</b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">2</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">2</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">2</small></b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS212-1G-10S-1S+
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">1</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">1</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">1</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">1</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">1</small></b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS210-8G-2S+
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">2</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #F99;* " |  <b> - </b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">2</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">2</small></b>
|  style="background-color: #FFB;* " |  <b>+ <small style="font-size:60%;">2</small></b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS112-8G-4S
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS109-8G-1S
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | CRS106-1C-5S
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB3011
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB2011
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB260
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB922/921
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | RB953GS
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | hAP AC
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | hEX PoE
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|-
|  style="background-color: #CCC;font-weight: bold;" | FTC
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|  <b>+</b>
|}


{| border="1" class="wikitable collapsible sortable" style="text-align: center"
=== 10G SFP+/25G SFP28 ===
| nowrap | <b> Legend</b>
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility#10G SFP+/25G SFP28]] }}
|-
| Color codes:
| style="background-color: #F99;* " #FFB| Not supported
| style="background-color: #FFB;* " | Check notes below
|}


 
=== 40G QSFP+ ===
<b>NOTES:</b>
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility#40G QSFP+]] }}
#<b> CCR1016-12S-1S+ / CRS212-1G-10S-1S+</b> --  SFP+1 interface does not work on any other link speed than 10G (does not support 1.25G fiber optic transceivers)
# <b> CRS226 / CRS210 </b> --  Only SFP+1 interface supports SFP 1.25G fiber optic transceivers, SFP+2 works only with 10G transceivers/links.
 
 
{{ Warning | Proper support for S-RJ01 modules on CCR1072-1G-8S+ is enabled only staring with v6.34rc software builds. }}


== S-RJ01 ==
== 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.
== 10 Gigabit Ethernet ==
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility#10 Gigabit Ethernet]] }}


{| border="1" class="wikitable collapsible sortable" style="text-align: center"
====S+RJ10====
|  nowrap style="background-color: #CCC;* " | <b><u>Model</u></b>
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility#S+RJ10]] }}
|  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;" | 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;" | 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;" | FTC
|  <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;" | CSS326
|  <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: SFP2/SFP1
====CRS312-4C+8XG====
* CCR1009: SFP+/SFP
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility#CRS312-4C+8XG]] }}


== SFP+ interface compatibility settings with 1G links ==
== SFP+ interface compatibility settings with SFP optical transceivers ==
 
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility#SFP+ interface compatibility settings with SFP optical transceivers]] }}
For MikroTik devices with SFP+ interface that support both 10G and 1G link rate following settings are needed to be set on both linked devices for required interfaces. In order to get them working in 1G link rate.
 
* auto-negotiation disabled
* port speed 1G
* FD
 
Devices which SFP+ ports support 1G links:
 
* 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.
* 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.
 
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 compatibility with 100M fiber links ==
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility#SFP interface compatibility with 100M fiber links]] }}


Combo interface SFP part on below mentioned devices is compatible with [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fast_Ethernet#Fiber_optics fast ethernet fiber] links.
== QSFP+ interfaces compatibility settings with SFP+ ports ==
 
{{ Note | Section moved to [[MikroTik wired interface compatibility#QSFP+ interfaces compatibility settings with SFP+ ports]] }}
Compatible devices:
* CCR1009-7G-1C
* CCR1009-7G-1C-1S+
* CRS106-1C-5S
 
IEEE802.3u - 100BASE-FX, 100BASE
 
== S-GPON-ONU ==
 
Confirmed OLT device manufacturers that work with this GPON ONT module.
 
* ZTE
* Huawei
* Alcatel-Lucent
* Calix
* Adtran
* BDCOM
 
Some basic configuration examples for quick test:
 
* Huawei
* ZTE
 
Article: [[GPON_module_basic_test_examples | link ]]

Latest revision as of 10:26, 18 May 2021

MikroTik SFP/SFP+/QSFP+ compatibility


1G SFP


10G SFP+/25G SFP28


40G QSFP+


S-RJ01


10 Gigabit Ethernet


S+RJ10



CRS312-4C+8XG


SFP+ interface compatibility settings with SFP optical transceivers


SFP interface compatibility with 100M fiber links


QSFP+ interfaces compatibility settings with SFP+ ports