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Getting Physical port failure error on Nexus 7000 switch

I've Nexus 7010 switch installed in my DC. I've conncected Cisco router to one of the Ports. On the same port I'm getting following error message and hence, unable to form EIGRP neighborship.

DR-CORE-SW-S01-NEXUS7K %MODULE-2-MOD_SOMEPORTS_FAILED:

Module 1 (serial: JAF*******NGK) reported failure on ports 1/2-1/2 (Ethernet) due

to R2D2 : Speed patch failed - no frames transmitted in device 143 (error 0xc8f0

1273)

Please suggest what is the solution for this.

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Getting Physical port failure error on Nexus 7000 switch

Hi,

Looks like you are hitting a bug

CSCtq34950 Bug Details
R2D2 : Speed patch failed - no frames transmitted
Symptom:

Ports randomly lose connectivity with error messages

%MODULE-2-MOD_SOMEPORTS_FAILED: Module 2 (serial: XXXXXXXX) reported failure on
ports 2/36-2/36 (Ethernet) due to R2D2 : Speed patch failed - no frames
transmitted in device 143 (error < error-code>)

Conditions:

Issue is seen with N7K-M148GT-11 module.

Workaround:

Move connected device to another port.

Further Problem Description:

This issue is triggered by physical layer event (link up, link down or speed
change) and occurs due to a race condition. It should be fixed in 5.1(5) or
later, and 5.2(2) or later releases.

Regards,
Alex.
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Regards, Alex. Please rate useful posts.
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Green

Getting Physical port failure error on Nexus 7000 switch

Hi,

Looks like you are hitting a bug

CSCtq34950 Bug Details
R2D2 : Speed patch failed - no frames transmitted
Symptom:

Ports randomly lose connectivity with error messages

%MODULE-2-MOD_SOMEPORTS_FAILED: Module 2 (serial: XXXXXXXX) reported failure on
ports 2/36-2/36 (Ethernet) due to R2D2 : Speed patch failed - no frames
transmitted in device 143 (error < error-code>)

Conditions:

Issue is seen with N7K-M148GT-11 module.

Workaround:

Move connected device to another port.

Further Problem Description:

This issue is triggered by physical layer event (link up, link down or speed
change) and occurs due to a race condition. It should be fixed in 5.1(5) or
later, and 5.2(2) or later releases.

Regards,
Alex.
Please rate useful posts.

Regards, Alex. Please rate useful posts.
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