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Ethernet port lock up

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Dec 16th, 2002
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I have a content engine with Version: ce507-4.0.3. The content engine works fine except that after a period of time about a day the port on the switch (a catalyst 3550) shows as down/down. The port on the switch has no errors. If I removed the ethernet cable and plug it back in to the Content engine it comes back up again. Any ideas on the problem?


I replaced a new content engine and during boot up I get this error:


Dec 16 22:47:29 (none) Diamond: PCI: Cannot allocate resource region 2 of device 00:0d.0

Dec 16 22:47:29 (none) Diamond: PCI: Cannot allocate resource region 2 of device 00:0e.0

Dec 16 22:47:29 (none) Diamond: PCI: Allocation of memory region 00:0d.0/2 (-1609564160 bytes) failed

Dec 16 22:47:29 (none) Diamond: PCI: Allocation of memory region 00:0e.0/2 (-1609564160 bytes) failed


I then did a "show ecdn" and get this message eventhough I have done all that is required.


ECDN content engine is loading, state is no-network, Waiting for network configuration.

ECDN is waiting for network configuration

Please configure your network interface

and set primary interface

For more information, point your browser to CDM 157.128.4.6



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cccnetwork Fri, 01/31/2003 - 02:05
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We experienced a slightly similar problem on our 3550. Our port showed down/down but would not come up again until a re-load. We moved the cable to another port and it came up ok. Replacing the cable in its original port proved the same down/down, it seem that the port just stopped working.


MarcusPunter

Cheshire County Council

qingfeng-hu Sat, 03/29/2003 - 10:24
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I also meet the same trouble.Someone knows how to solve?


thanks and with regards.

Gilles Dufour Mon, 03/31/2003 - 02:30
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could you clarify the problem


- what type of switch ? (is it a 3550 for both of you) ?

- what type of device attached to it on the faulty port ?

- what port speed ? duplex ? auto or static ?

- what software version on the Cat and the other equipment ?

- is the frequency always 1 day ?


Thanks,


Gilles

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