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#270637 19-May-2020 17:43
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Is there anywhere local that has cheap generic SPF+ transceivers (e.g. FS.com cheap)

 

Also, in a related rant, it's really annoying that trying to find spf transceivers on both pricespy and priceme (aka Geekzone price compare) generates results for makeup and suncreen, because what were great platforms for finding the cheapest IT gear are now trying to be sites for everything under the sun. Stop it. Go back to just doing IT part price comparisons you bastards. /rant

 

 

 

 





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  #2486503 19-May-2020 17:47
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Nah, fs is hard to beat.

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  #2486582 19-May-2020 18:50
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There is the odd bit of cheap gear on Trademe, other than that fs.com is practically local...

 

 

 

The search term needs to be SFP not SPF :)


 
 
 
 




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  #2486611 19-May-2020 19:54
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shanes:

 

There is the odd bit of cheap gear on Trademe, other than that fs.com is practically local...

 

The search term needs to be SFP not SPF :)

 

 

I can't believe I did that lol.. still bugger all results but at least I'm not getting pages of makeup lol.

 

I blame a lack of beer so far this evening.





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  #2486809 20-May-2020 08:12
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Pretty sure FS have an Aussie warehouse now, if its in stock there it ships pretty quickly (well at least it did pre global pandemic).


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  #2486812 20-May-2020 08:22
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Agree FS is what i've used in the past





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  #2486829 20-May-2020 08:52
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Depends if you need compatibility or not and what optic you are looking for. MMF optics are pretty cheap in NZ

 

Here's a pari of 10g MMF for Cheap

 

https://www.gowifi.co.nz/fibremodules/uf-mm-10g.html

 

 

 

 





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  #2486832 20-May-2020 08:58
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Beccara:

 

Depends if you need compatibility or not and what optic you are looking for. MMF optics are pretty cheap in NZ

 

Here's a pari of 10g MMF for Cheap

 

https://www.gowifi.co.nz/fibremodules/uf-mm-10g.html

 

 

I was going to say, Mikrotik and Ubiquiti brand optics are pretty cheap these days!


 
 
 
 


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  #2486858 20-May-2020 09:25
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shanes:

 

The search term needs to be SFP not SPF :)

 

 

Correct, we are not talking about DNS records here :)




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  #2486879 20-May-2020 10:09
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Beccara:

 

Depends if you need compatibility or not and what optic you are looking for. MMF optics are pretty cheap in NZ

 

Here's a pari of 10g MMF for Cheap

 

https://www.gowifi.co.nz/fibremodules/uf-mm-10g.html

 

 

Perfect, thanks.

 

 





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