We use a Cisco SG300 for small routing issues in one Part of our Network, now we want to create a cross connect between two locations. Between both Location we use a dark fibre from a provider. On the one side we want to connect the Darkfibre on one SFP Port of the SG300 (with Cisco MGBLX1 Gigabit Ethernet LX Mini-GBIC SFP Transceiver) and on the other side we want connect to the SFP+ Port of the ISR 2921 (with 1000BASE-LX/LH SFP transceiver module, MMF/SMF, 1310nm, DOM) and provide a Network access over the Ethernet Port of the ISR 2921.
We want connect two networks over this cross connect. Are there some problems with or is this applicable? The Darkfibre distance between both Locations are about 4km, and we realize only a few VoIP Channels over this connection.
Is the GLC-LH-SMD= compatible with the MGBLX1?