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    Fibre run to a new external classroom.

    Iím new to fibre installations and have been tasked with obtaining the network equipment for a new external classroom. I wonder if someone could check what I am proposing to see if Iíve got it right. The contractor is putting in 4-core OM3 cable terminated in LC connectors.

    The existing Switch in the school data cab is a HP Procurve 2520 (J9138A).
    I plan on getting a HP 1910 (JE006A) switch for the new classroom.
    A HP SX-LC mini GBIC module (J4858C) for each switch.
    Two 1 metre Multimode patch cables LC-LC.

    I would really apreachiate some help as I have to get this right first time.

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    Look fine to me.

    Just to add abit more info on 4 core fibre. Your configuration will only use 2 core fibre (1Gbps uplink), which mean other 2 cores will just sitting there and do nothing.

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