On 2020-05-13, Vertigo Altair <vertigo.alt...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi, > > > Sorry for late reply but I had a problem accessing this device. > > I’ve tried both OpenBSD 6.6 and 6.7 (amd64), nothing changed: > > I think you’re probably right; transceiver command is only available for > ix(4) driver.
AFAIK the list is: ix, ixl, bnxt, myx, mcx, mvneta BTW 10Gb NICs also support 1Gb SFPs and the diagnostics work fine (and are often easier to get hold of than 1G fibre NICs). # ifconfig ixl2 sff ixl2: flags=8843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 8000 lladdr f8:f2:1e:57:46:82 index 3 priority 0 llprio 3 media: Ethernet autoselect (1000baseLX full-duplex,rxpause,txpause) status: active transceiver: SFP LC, 1310 nm, 10.0km SMF model: FLEXOPTIX S.1312.10.D rev A serial: F786KHV, date: 2015-01-28 voltage: 3.31 V, bias current: 21.04 mA temp: 49.62 C (low -45.00 C, high 110.00 C) tx: -6.35 dBm (low -10.00 dBm, high -1.00 dBm) rx: -5.60 dBm (low -23.01 dBm, high -2.00 dBm) > But what about ifconfig em0 media output showing only supporting > SX/multi-mode but actually supporting LX-/single-mode too? That's the default used by em if another media type can't be worked out, I'm not sure if full information on this is actually available from the NIC (at least without adding sff diagnostics to em(4) too - and that would be done outside of the "media" mechanism).