What is card name that support 155M with optical interface ?

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Does the 1-interface 155M channelized POS optical interface card of an AR router use the LC connector
The connector type of the channelized POS optical interface provided by 1CPOS-155M (1-interface 155M channelized POS optical interface card) is LC or PC.

How do I determine the optical modules and cables supported by a card or switch
For CE series switches: - To determine the optical modules and cables supported by a card of the CE12800 series switches, see the "Indicators and Ports" section of the card model under "Cards" in the CloudEngine 12800 Series Switches Hardware Description. - To determine the optical modules and cables supported by CE8800&CE7800&CE6800&CE5800 series switches, see the "Appearance and Structure" section of the specific chassis model under Chassis > Chassis Models in the CloudEngine 8800&7800&6800&5800 Series Switches Hardware Description.

How to AR routers support E1/T1 cards
E1/T1 cards that AR routers support are described as follows: 1. 1E1T1-M/2E1T1-M/4E1T1-M/8E1T1-M equipped with 1 interface or /2/4/8 interfaces support the switching use of E1 and T1. Cards equipped with 4 or 8 interfaces do not support T1 currently. - Cards equipped with 1 interface or 2 interfaces use the DB9 female connector interface and support E1/CE1/CT1/PRI(E1&T1) modes. - Cards equipped with 4/8 interfaces use the RJ45 interface and support E1/CE1/PRI(E1) modes. 2. 1E1T1-F/2E1T1-F/4E1T1-F/8E1T1-F equipped with 1 interface or /2/4/8 interfaces support the switching use of E1 and T1. Cards equipped with 4 or 8 interfaces do not support T1 currently. - Cards equipped with 1 interface or 2 interfaces use the DB9 female connector interface and support E1 (framed and unframed) and T1 modes. - Cards equipped with 4/8 interfaces use the RJ45 interface and support E1 (framed and unframed) mode. 3. 4E1-IMA, which is used on ATM networks, demultiplexes an aggregate ATM cell flow into multiple lower-speed E1 links, and multiplexes the E1 links on the far end to restore the original aggregate ATM cell flow.

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