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McAfee Security MMF1-NA-100G
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Multi-Mode Optical Gigabit Fail-Open Kit includes items necessary to support optical gigabit fail-open for McAfee IntruShield 2600, IntruShield 3000, IntruShield 4000 or IntruShield 4010 GBIC ports. Kit includes, Multimode optical gigabit fail-open module, Compact Flash controller for IntruShield, Cable from Compact Flash Controller to multimode optical gigabit fail-open module and rack-mounting hardware. The FailOpen kit contains two sets of cables to connect the Fail-Open kit to the IntruShield sensors. These include two (2) SC-to-LC and two (2) LC-to-LC cables. Customers should provide the appropriate cables to connect the Fail-Open kit to the network infrastructure (i.e. the network switch). Please note that the interface to the Fail-Open kit uses LC-type plug connectors.
McAfee MMF1-NA-100G Network Device Accessory Kit
Network device accessory kit
Two (2) SC-to-LC and two (2) LC-to-LC cables
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