Whether USG2250 interfaces are combo interfaces

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Yes. Two combo interfaces are available.

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Configuring the Combo interface on the firewall
The optical and electrical combo ports cannot be simultaneously used on the firewall. Note: By default, the combo port works as the electrical port. To use the combo port as the optical port, you must configure as follows to specify its working status: Example for configuring the combo port of the USG2000&5000&6000: system-view [USG] interface GigabitEthernet 0/0/1 //Access the combo port view. [USG-GigabitEthernet0/0/1] combo enable { copper | fiber | 100base-fx | 1000base-x } //Configure the working status of the combo port. Note: The configuration commands on different devices are different. Select a working status for the combo port as required. fiber: indicates that the combo port works as an optical port. The USG5500/USG6000 series supports this configuration. copper: indicates that the combo port works as an electrical port. 100base-fx: 100 Mbit/s optical port. Only the USG2110-X/2100/2200/5100 and USG2100/2200/5100 BSR/HSR support this configuration. 1000base-x: 1000 Mbit/s optical port. Only the USG2110-X/2100/2200/5100 and USG2100/2200/5100 BSR/HSR support this configuration.

How to configure a combo interface to work as an optical interface or electrical interface
By default, a combo interface works in the auto mode. The combo interface automatically works as an optical interface or electrical interface. -If a network cable is not connected to the interface, the combo interface works as an optical interface when an optical module is installed on the interface. -If a network cable is connected to the interface and the interface is in Up state, the combo interface works as an electrical interface when an optical module is installed on the interface. -If a network cable is connected to the interface and the interface is in Down state, the combo interface works as an optical interface when an optical module is installed on the interface. -If a network cable, an optical module, and an optical fiber are installed on the interface, the combo interface works as an optical interface after the device restarts. You are advised to run the combo-port { fiber | copper } command to forcibly configure the combo interface to work as an electrical interface or optical interface. If a combo interface is forcibly configured to work in a different mode from a remote interface, the two interfaces cannot communicate.

The state of an optical interface is not Up when it interconnects with the peer device
For the problem that the state of an optical interface is not Up when it interconnects with the peer device, see the troubleshooting guide. For details, access the URL in the right column.

How to configure the working mode of a combo interface
You can run the combo-port { auto | copper | fiber } command to configure the working mode of a combo interface. By default, a combo interface works in auto mode, in which the combo interface automatically works as an optical or electrical interface. -When the auto mode is specified, the system checks whether the combo optical interface has an optical module installed, and selects the interface working mode as follows: -When the electrical interface is not connected, the combo interface works as an optical interface if the combo optical interface has an optical module installed. -When the electrical interface is connected using a network cable and the combo interface is Up, the combo interface works as an electrical interface even if the combo optical interface has an optical module installed. However, the combo interface works as an optical interface after the device restarts. -When the electrical interface is connected using a network cable and the combo interface is Down, the combo interface works as an optical interface if the combo optical interface has an optical module installed. In summary, when the auto mode is specified and the combo optical interface has an optical module installed, the combo interface works as an optical interface after the device restarts. -You can forcibly specify the working mode of the combo interface based on the remote interface type. If the local combo electrical interface is connected to a remote electrical interface, configure the combo interface to work in copper mode. If the local combo optical interface is connected to a remote optical interface, configure the combo interface to work in fiber mode.

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