I am just learning about the outlay of my worksite which has a multi block setup (physical buildings) each connected by their own fibre connection to the main aggregation switch.
I am in the process of figuring out what kind of fibre each connection is, because the buildings have been build over the years and so the fibre type is different.
I am using this image as a reference to ask my question - it seems to be a common table I have seen on multiple websites.
So if I have a connection in my switch that comes up as
OM1 550/OM2 550 and the distance is 102m,then the max speed I can transfer across that would be 1Gb/s (please correct me if I am wrong)
But assuming I have that right then
OM3 / 300m (up to) would give me 10 Gb/s
Now I have several fibre connections that are
OM1 150m / OM2 300m and I am not sure what to make of the max speed capabilities.
What are the length & speed limitations of
OM1 150m / OM2 300m ?