Hello all. I currently have my servers in my home office and I am getting a bit tired of the noise so I am thinking of moving them out to my detached garage. The route to the garage will be just shy of 100m (300ft) and I will probably do two runs of fiber if possible. Since this is my first time contemplating fiber I am worried about getting the correct products. I already own two Netgear GS724T switches which each have two sfp ports available. The manual for the GS724T states the following The GBIC module bays accommodate standard SFP GBIC modules, such as the AGM731F, AGM732F, or AGM733 from NETGEAR, allowing fiber connections on the network. ... The SFP GBIC bay accommodates a standard SFP GBIC module. I have already purchased 4 AGM731F modules so that leaves me with purchasing the actual fiber. The brief specs on the Netgear website for these modules is as follows Gigabit Ethernet “short-reach” fiber connectivity LC duplex connector Fits into SFP interfaces of all Fully Managed Switches Fits into SFP interfaces of all Smart Switches Fits into SFP interfaces of JGS524F Drives Gigabit Ethernet up to 1,000 m distances with 50/125µm laser-optimized OM4 multimode fiber cables Drives Gigabit Ethernet up to 550 m distances with 50/125µm laser-optimized OM3 multimode fiber cables Drives Gigabit Ethernet up to 275 m distances with 62.5/125ìm OM1 multimode fiber cables Ordering part number: AGM731F If I read this correctly, I need at a minumim "62.5/125ìm OM1 multimode fiber cable" and the fiber cable ends must be LC type For the portion of the run that will go inside the house I will run the bare cable through the atic. For ourdoors I plan on using 1" electrical conduit. My questions are as follows Is there anything to watch for when purchasing the cable or as it, long as I get 62.5/125µm multimode fiber that is LC/LC I'll be fine Am I missing any potential hardware? Will the LC ends have any issues fitting through 1" pvc electrical conduit? Any issues to be aware of in this setup? Anything else I have forgotten Thanks for your responses.