Hi - I have a number of IDSM-2 cards I've recently upgraded from 4.x code to 5.1.1 IPS code. Since the upgrade, I am having frequent issues with the sensing interfaces (gigabitEthernet0/7 and 0/8) going errorDisabled. Of course I am not able to do a "set port enable" on those, so a reset of the card is required to get it going again. I've noticed if I don't span any traffic to the ports, they stay up (and stay useless as well). This is happening in 4 cards, all in CAT6500 switches. Are there any suggestions you can offer? Thanks!
James, Not that this will make you feel any better but this is the exact problem I'm running into at a customer site. Coincidently, they had just upgraded to 5.1.1 code also. Of course the port counters on the Cat6500 stay clean- they errdisable with a reason of "other". The Cat6500 is running CatOS 8.4.
Has anyone else run into this and know of the cause?
I am also seeing the problem on my IDSM running 5.1(1). Does anyone have any idea why this is happening? I am unable to span any traffic to the sensing port without the port going "errdisabled" within minutes.
I am experiencing the exact same issue with the IDSM-2; however, I am running 6.0(3)E1 which is the latest version and see no patches. Anyone else run into this? I have a TAC case open and am thinking about downgrading to 5.x.
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