CE500 disabling trunk ports due to one-way traffic
Hi all, I have two CE500 switches connected through 100mb ethernet PoE (smartport role set to switch) to 350 series bridges on both sides. Twice this week the remote side bridge has lost power and both sides disabled the trunk ports "due to one-way traffic only" - Does anybody know how to keep it from doing this?
Re: CE500 disabling trunk ports due to one-way traffic
I have the same problem with two switches CE500 connected trough a fiber backbone with a transceptor on each side. It happens only on one of them. What thing can cause the message "one-way traffic" that disables the port?
Is there any procedure to disble the behavior of disabling the port?
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