Depending on network specifics, you might need to connect a fiber cable to a copper interface or a copper cable to a fiber interface. An example of this would be an ISP connection offered over an optical fiber that needs to be plugged in to a copper-based router. There are generally three options to solve these situations:
- Change the network device to one that is compatible with the interface
- Change the cable to one that is compatible with the connector type
- Use a media convertor
The preferred method is using a . . .
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