Hi have a nexus 7710 with F3 48x1/10G interfaces but i'm not able to configure a interface with GLC-T, the switch does not let to configure speed to 1000 and givs the following error:
Ethernet7/14 transceiver is present type is 1000base-T name is CISCO-AVAGO part number is ABCU-5710RZ-CS4 revision is B2 serial number is AGM1714226D nominal bitrate is 1300 MBit/sec Link length supported for copper is 100 m cisco id is -- cisco extended id number is 4
Ethernet7/14 Model: N77-F348XP-23 Type (SFP capable): 1000base-T Speed: 10000 Duplex: full Trunk encap. type: 802.1Q FabricPath capable: yes Channel: yes Broadcast suppression: percentage(0-100) Flowcontrol: rx-(off/on),tx-(off/on) Rate mode: dedicated Port mode: Routed,Switched QOS scheduling: rx-(8q4t),tx-(3p5q1t) CoS rewrite: yes ToS rewrite: yes SPAN: yes UDLD: yes MDIX: no TDR capable: no Link Debounce: yes Link Debounce Time: yes FEX Fabric: yes dot1Q-tunnel mode: yes EFP: no Num Rewrites Allowed: 104 Pvlan Trunk capable: yes Port Group Members: 9-16 EEE (efficient-eth): no PFC capable: yes Breakout capable: no
interface ethernet 7/14 speed 1000 ERROR: Ethernet7/14: Configuration does not match the port capability.
Can anyone give a help on this, in the cco the GLC-T is supported.
According to the Limitations section of the NX-OS 6.2 release notes, this is not supported:
N77-F348XP-23: 1 Gigabit Ethernet Not Supported On the Cisco Nexus 7700 48-port 1/10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ I/O module (N77-F348XP-23), 1 Gigabit Ethernet port speed is not supported on the F3 Series modules in Cisco Nexus Release 6.2(6).
I don't think the wording is very clear, but the way I read this is that it's a software limitation that will change in later releases. Especially as it would be a pretty useless 1/10 GE module if it didn't support 1GE.
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