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Old 07-09-2014, 11:34 AM   #1
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Read SFP+ eeprom data from command line


I am working on a project where we are trying read the eeprom of the SFPs plugged into the server. We are using Mellanox Connect2-EN and have not been able to do that. Using the following commands provide the NIC card information but not the SFP.


sudo lshw -class network
lspci -vvvnn

also Ethtool -e eth3 states:

Cannot get EEPROM data: Operation not supported

Has anyone been successful at retrieving the eeprom data from SFPs plugged into a 10Gig NIC?

I am not tied to Mellanox if it just is not supported by them. If there is a 10 GigE NIC that is known to work, can someone provide the vendor and part number?

Thanks,
Keith
 
  


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