Time
2 hours 8 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

00:00
Hello and welcome back to Cyber Aires Infrastructure services. Teoh over the categories in a little bit of the physical specifications of the fiber optic cable,
00:10
like they were going over the categories of standards of fiber optics. And look at the common connectors of fibre that are used in today's networks.
00:19
So basically, there's three big standards that are in use in enterprise environments. Aziz, you look fast eater nets, which then could give it Internet and 10 gigabit Ethernet.
00:30
Um, so you, you know, suing standards for 100 megabits does Maybe it's 10 gigabits.
00:38
She might even ask why we have 100 megabit fiber, but we actually have used them. If you look at the tackling you're tackling is transmitting 100 megabits on your copper and your fiber ends.
00:51
So here you could actually be useful if you have to. You know the fiber takes a little bit less room than your cat five. Cable or cat six.
00:59
Therefore, it's easier to make the run sometimes, especially if the run is over,
01:04
is over 100 yards 100 meters
01:07
and you can run a fiber to do it, you know, so that 100 megabit I'm actually just come in handy.
01:14
It's a lot of the distances will vary by your single mode and multimodal
01:19
transmission, and also the right Tripoli standards, Right?
01:23
The single mode is general going Go farther than your multi mode.
01:27
So we look out here, there's quite a bit. If you're getting there's, There's the Tano. Different standards for categories. For fiber,
01:38
you're you'll see 100 base FX used quite a bit after you running your tackle ings, but can go two kilometers so
01:47
you can go a little bit further than the, uh,
01:49
the cat five. Cable will have a higher megabits.
01:53
Ah, a lot of the common ones you're gonna see connecting some buildings, you know, is your 1000 base SX
02:02
his multi mode in a reach. You could reach about 550 meters,
02:07
Um,
02:09
and also your Sometimes you'll see it's run if you if you can make the distance, your 10 gig base s are
02:15
I za good one of running between your trunks if you can, because, you know, I think you can reach 3 to 400 meters. That's multi mode as well.
02:23
I decided I had to throw just a stock image of fiber cable cause, you know, we all know how that that's how it looks. So
02:30
that's accurate. EEO
02:34
joking. By the way, the common fiber connector is the SC is the kind of square connector over here in the top, right?
02:40
You don't see it used too much anymore. Someone sequence to use it.
02:46
Um, the main one you are going to see with like Cisco Devices and almost any vices is gonna be the solution connector. But it was made by the solution
02:55
company
02:57
Small. These little clips here clip into the S f. P.
03:00
Andi, I know you may see these s T connectors here use for quick five minute. They had, like, this little groove here that to kind of go in, lock into
03:10
she will push it down a twisting lock, almost type of thing.
03:15
See that we have these going from
03:17
from our wall to our passion panels
03:21
for our fiber. And then, you know we'll go from S T T l C
03:23
or the switches. Those air three common ones
03:28
you will find if you look in the resource is there is a link in there too.
03:34
A lot of different fire. Lt connectors, you can take a look. There's a whole history of them. A lot of them were proprietary,
03:40
so they're not used too much in the networks nowadays.
03:46
But if he aboard,
03:49
So quiz here.
03:50
What it What type of fiber character is common for the Cisco SF Peas?
03:54
I'll give you a few seconds.
03:59
All right? Hopefully, you guess the Elsie or Lucien connector,
04:03
the STS eon pashminas. Quite a bit and square connectors that used a whole lot. And the RS. Obviously, if you have a focus RS, I'm jealous.
04:13
Uh,
04:15
otherwise, it would just talked about different categories of standards of fibres, kind of characters. And in the resource is there's quite a bit there. If you want to take a better look
04:24
and what's around,
04:26
Thank you for watching this video, and I look forward to seeing you next one.

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