|Port Speed||Transceivers, Connector Type||Speed Duplex||Cable Type|
|100G||LR4, LC Connector||Auto||SMF|
|10G||LR, LC Connector||Auto||SMF|
|1G||LX/LH, LC Connector||Auto||SMF|
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Router connected directly to SGIX
Using a router to connect to SGIX is the preferred design and below is the recommended router interface configuration (Cisco IOS). Member need to adapt this configuration to their respective platform when connecting to SGIX fabric.
GigabitEthernet X/X/X description Facing SGIX Port ip address <your_allocated_ipv4_address> ipv6 address <your_allocated_ipv6_address> no cdp enable no mop enable no ip mask-reply no ip proxy-arp no ip redirects no ip directed-broadcast no ip unreachables no keepalive ipv6 nd ra suppress all ipv6 nd prefix default no-advertise
Router connected to SGIX via an Intermediate Switch
The intermediate switch connecting both the BGP router and SGIX MUST have a dedicated vlan with no other additional devices in that vlan. SGIX only allow one MAC address per member port. Below is the recommended switch port configuration facing SGIX. If bpdufilter feature is not available in your platform, we recommend that member disable spanning-tree on the dedicated vlan.
vlan XXX name SGIX GigabitEthernet X/X/X description Facing SGIX Port switchport mode access switchport access vlan XXX switchport nonegotiate spanning-tree bpdufilter enable no keepalive no cdp enable no lldp receive no lldp transmit no udld enable