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WAN Port as a Lan Port, So SFP?



As an article this command make wan to lan in router mode. Is SFP port inclueded? https://help.keenetic.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005486085-Setting-up-the-WAN-port-as-a-LAN-port-in-KN-2610-KN-1810-KN-1010-KN-1910-and-KN-3010

I know SFP-Gigabit combo port. But SFP id is GigabitEthernet1/0. Since I don't have a router with an sfp port at the moment, I couldn't test it and be sure.

interface Bridge0 include GigabitEthernet1  

Does gigabit ethernet cover all? All for ISP image.png.4e46936f63cba1e9382532ba697eba7a.png 🙄

For example; 

"ISP": {
            "id": "GigabitEthernet1",
            "index": 1,
            "type": "GigabitEthernet",
            "description": "Broadband connection",
            "interface-name": "ISP",
"port": {
                "id": "GigabitEthernet1/0",
                "index": 0,
                "interface-name": "0",
                "type": "Port",
                "link": "up",
                "auto-negotiation": "on",
                "speed": "100",
                "duplex": "full",
                "flow-control": "off",
                "transceiver": "internal",
                "sfp-combo": true
"ISP-Vlan": {
            "id": "GigabitEthernet1/Vlan107",
            "index": 107,
            "type": "Vlan",
            "description": "Metronet TTNET",
            "interface-name": "ISP-Vlan",


An another article said yes it is. https://help.keenetic.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000893880-Internet-connection-via-an-optical-fiber-link-SFP-module-


So, can the SFP port connect to the mesh in AP mode? No need to even enter this command, right? As a result, in AP mode, all ports turn into Lan ports.

Can I include it in the mesh with fiber or ethernet cable with my sfp module?

I wrote this topic because I am very curious about the answer.


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