hope you can help me shed some light on this. I recently got this box as the first Mikrotik I've owned. Eager to try it out I plugged in some intel 10GSR SFP+ (FTLX8571D3BCV-IT) modules, which swOS instantly recognised and negotiated a link at 10Gbps - iperf tests show that indeed I'm getting a 10G link through the switch. Nice.
However, if I boot the box into routerOS, no link. Only when I switch off auto negotiation, and force the link speed to 10,100 or 1000 Mbps I get a 1Gbps connection (even though routerOS claims it's either 10,100 or 1000). Forcing the interface speed to 10G or anything else results in no link. The optics get recognised just fine:
Both swOS and routerOS are the latest stable releases (2.9 and 6.45.3 respectively). Any suggestions on how to fix this or is this a routerOS bug?
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name: sfp-sfpplus3 sfp-sfpplus4 status: no-link no-link auto-negotiation: done done advertising: link-partner-advertising: sfp-module-present: yes yes sfp-rx-loss: no no sfp-tx-fault: no no sfp-type: SFP-or-SFP+ SFP-or-SFP+ sfp-connector-type: LC LC sfp-link-length-50um: 80m 80m sfp-link-length-62um: 30m 30m sfp-vendor-name: Intel Corp Intel Corp sfp-vendor-part-number: FTLX8571D3BCV-IT FTLX8571D3BCV-IT sfp-vendor-revision: A A sfp-vendor-serial: AH60D4E AH60D5Z sfp-manufacturing-date: 10-02-08 10-02-08 sfp-wavelength: 850nm 850nm sfp-temperature: 35C 36C sfp-supply-voltage: 3.303V 3.299V sfp-tx-bias-current: 5mA 5mA sfp-tx-power: -4.54dBm -4.516dBm sfp-rx-power: -3.597dBm -5.668dBm eeprom-checksum: good good