%PM_SCP-SP-3-TRANSCEIVER_BAD_EEPROM

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Jan 30th, 2005

I had reside SFP GBIC on Cat6500 with Sup720.

But i had faced error message.

Here is the error message.

%PM_SCP-SP-3-TRANSCEIVER_BAD_EEPROM: Integrity check on transceiver in LAN port 5/1 failed: bad key

let me know...please

Regard,

John.

I have this problem too.
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Correct Answer by prkrishn about 9 years 2 months ago

Cisco SFP GBICs have a unique encrypted code (Quality ID) which enables Cisco IOS/CAT OS to identify Cisco pluggable parts. Normal GBICs do not have this and hence they might work.

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prkrishn Sun, 01/30/2005 - 18:39

Looks like you have a non-Cisco SFP GBIC which is not supported.

johnyoon75 Sun, 01/30/2005 - 19:42

Exactly right.

I had resided non-Cisco SFP GBIC whcich is Founday...

As you know, Normal type GBIC which is non-Cisco GBIC works correctly on Cisco produts, right?

Why non-Cisco GBIC didn't work?

Let me know...

Reagrd,

John.

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prkrishn Mon, 01/31/2005 - 06:14

Cisco SFP GBICs have a unique encrypted code (Quality ID) which enables Cisco IOS/CAT OS to identify Cisco pluggable parts. Normal GBICs do not have this and hence they might work.

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