Some SD-WAN Standard Edition appliances do not require SFP transceivers.
SFP transceivers must be ordered separately. With exception to fiber FTW ports that have integrated transceivers, which are not removable.
Do not look directly into fiber optic transceivers or cables. They emit laser beams that can damage your eyes.
2. Hold the 1G SFP transceiver between your thumb and index finger and insert it into the 1G SFP transceiver port, pressing it in until you hear the transceiver snap into place.
3. Lock the transceiver.
4. Verify that the LED is green and blinks twice, which indicates that the transceiver is functioning correctly.
5. If you are using a fiber 1G SFP transceiver, do not remove the dust caps attached to the transceiver and the cable until you are ready to insert the cable.
Insert 1G SFP transceivers into the 1G SFP ports on the front panel of the appliance. Frequent installation and removal of transceivers shortens their life span. Follow the removal procedure carefully to avoid damaging the 1G SFP transceiver or the appliance.
Do not install the transceivers with the cables attached. Doing so can damage the cable, the connector, or the optical interface of the transceiver.