Not really sure where this goes, since there is no forum for "accessories", please feel free to move it if this is the wrong spot.
I have an ASUS XG-C100C 10G ethernet card in one of my workstations, and it's connected via ~30m of cat 6 to a CRS328-24P-4S+ in the rack in my garage via an S+RJ10 adapter. This works just fine (although it usually negotiates at 5Gbit and not 10Gbit). The problem that I have, is that when the workstation goes to sleep, and then I wake it back up, I have to go physically remove the S+RJ10 SFP+ transciever all the way, then plug it back in and plug the CAT6 cable in. It will then USUALLY reconnect just fine. If I don't do this, I get a yellow warning icon in windows showing problems with the link.
I've tried changing the port on both ends to force negotiation at 5G and even 2.5G, this makes no difference. It seems the S+RJ10 has issues with connections that aren't 100% up. My module is a 2.11 version (has the /2 at the end of the serial number). I've been unplugging and plugging the adapter in for over 2 weeks now every time i turn the machine back on and it's driving me nuts. FWIW, the CRS328 is on version 2.9 of SWOS.