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By raj_ti ·
Dear friends
I need a good help site for optical fibre networking.How it will implement in campus networking.What are the minimum requirement to connect to two lan network with fibre.
Please suggest me some good books which is helpful for me to design fibre networking for different scenario.

Thanks

raj

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by Dennis Cooper, Raleigh In reply to fibre networking

There are a lot of unknowns here so I'll generalize. I also noticed the word "minimum". As a government worker I understand that to mean "Small Budget".

Two segments can be joined by fiber using fiber to RJ-45 Transceivers. These units can runabout 90.00 each, (you will need two), depending on the speed rating. This is bare budget stuff. You can get a lot fancier.

The type of fiber is dependent upon distance. If this is less the 2 Kilometers Multi Mode will do fine. You mentioned books pertaining to fiber. I use a contractor to run my fiber. I can't do everything.

Now the networking. If you are IPX only joining the two networks is a no brainer. If you are running IP you have two choices. Put both networks on the same subnet or install a router to route between the networks.

I am afraid I did not understand the "different scenario" part of your question.

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by ricky In reply to fibre networking

You might want to check out the bicsi site and check the 568a or b books this is the best design and question book. It is the commerical building design and standards. Their are severial places that have different ways to design networks with fiber. To hook two networks together is simple you need two fiber transceivers to tie the two networks together. if you go from one port on one network to a port on the other network this is just like tieing two hubs together with a peice of copper. The distance will determine what kind of transceivers and fiber you use. 2 kilometers or less you use multimode, longer you use singlemode.
hope this helps

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