A colleague has just called me, so things are a little hazy just yet. He has a 4500 switch with dual sup, and on one switch if he does a sh mod it shows the second sup as disabled - any ideas why that may be the case?
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Is the 4500 an R eg: is it a 4507R or 4510R? If you have placed it in a 4506 for instance the secondary supervisor will not be supported?
The cat4.5k supervisors are keyed and cannot be (fully) inserted into non-supervisor slots, which is what slot >1 would be in a non-R chassis. Same goes for line cards in sup slots.
To the OP: I would start by looking at the console messages when the supervisor is first inserted, making sure blinky lights happen etc. Also use the "sh diag" commands to see if the thing failed a post test or something.
May be a good idea to check the conf reg also to ensure the sup will auto boot if it runs into issues again. Had that problem, one of my intern techs through in a rommon conf reg and it caused a similiar status.
I have a similar query with dual supervisor engines (4507Rs +sup iv)
is it necessary to have same ios version on both of them for sso redundancy ?
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