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Short answer: message @mpogr from the thread linked above and they can help you convert it over.
Given that there has been no EOL notice for the 7050SX you're fine with pretty much any version.
The release notes will tell you which models are supported. Alternatively if your hardware is old enough just look for the EOL notice with the...
Send me a PM and I'll try to dig up a short bracket to mail you.
Not sure about other model lines but it doesn't look like the screws lines up with the CX3s
Copy/paste of what I told @tvgdb in PM:
Well that's pretty misleading
His links indicate a 2910AL-48G-POE
What's the model of the encoder?
I don't see anything that indicates the fiber extender device actually supports running through a network switch.
There's already the reddit homelab ftp.
Right now its supported all the way to 126.96.36.199F and 4.17.7M
Original part number for what?
At least with other model switches, while they do "require" "licenses" you may find that those features still work perfectly fine.
I've had zero issues with the blank enable3px file on a 7150s with a very recent EOS. I've also used both 1/10/40G SMF/MMF fiber and 1000BASE-T...
I have not seen any compatibility issues.
In bash just `touch /mnt/flash/enable3px` and then reload your switch.
I am willing to bet that all of them are the same screw as the standard 3.5" hdd screws.
To set the default behavior:
transceiver qsfp default-mode 4x10G
To then convert an individual port back to 40G:
interface Ethernet 49/1