If you recall the NHR-T copper transceiver ( GLC-T ) not working within a ASR1K, will a huawei 1GIGE 1310nm SM transceiver does work in the cisco ASR1K. Let's see how we made this happen.
1st you have to deploy the hidden service command; service unsupported-transceiver
And now for the port configurations. In this case I ran these back2back in 2 unique vrf for testing and evaluation;
( onboard integral gige ports )
ip vrf forwarding test1
ip address 192.0.2.1 255.255.255.0
( SPA 10x1gige )
ip vrf forwarding test2
ip address 192.0.2.2 255.255.255.0
Now before I continue. Cisco/TAC will swear this would not work, and if so would not support the transceivers, so your on your own with this.
As you can see, the transceivers do work and provides optical connectivity. I also check these same transceiver in a WS-X6724-SFP card and they worked flawlessly.
One more word of advice, you will not get optic power statistics, that you would commonly received when issuing the show hw-module commands
( look here )
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