Well, you do have one option with the Nexus 3132Q-V that isn't explicitly called out in Hardware Universe, but is explained in NetApp 3132Q-V switch documentation and the reference configuration files (RCF).
That 3132Q-V switch model has 4 physical 10GbE SFP+ ports that can be optionally used, instead of the physical 40GbE Port 1.
This provides 4 x physical 10GbE ports without any requirement for a breakout cable - think of it as a "built-in" breakout for Port 1.
Here's the snippet from an RCF on its use:
* Port 1 multiplexed H/W configuration options: *
* hardware profile front portmode qsfp (40G H/W port 1/1 is active - default) *
* hardware profile front portmode sfp-plus (10G H/W ports 1/1/1 - 1/1/4 are active) *
* hardware profile front portmode qsfp (To reset to QSFP) *
You can reference the 10GbE cable options available with the older Nexus 5596UP switch for compatible cables and optics w.r.t 10GbE switch ports.
- Although it is not specified on HWU, it is described in RCF. -In the Nexus 3132Q-V, the first 4 ports (1/1 / 1-1 / 1/1/4) are internally broken out from port 1 (1/1), so they are treated the same as connecting with a breakout cable. It becomes. -Therefore, if you connect the first 4 ports (1/1 / 1-1 / 1/4) of FAS8200 and Nexus, you can connect using 10GbE SFP + without a breakout cable. -This configuration is a supported configuration
-The cable that can be used in this configuration should be compatible with the N5596UP switch. I understand the above.