PoE error on a 6500 Module - Inline Power Module - PS voltage bad
Cisco IP phones attached to a Moduke in one of my Cat6500 access Switches suddenly went down. Upon closer inspection of the Switch Sys log, I observed the following Sys log error messages: [Module 9 is experiencing the following error: Inline Power Module - PS Voltage bad. ]
A sh Mod output indicates the PoE daughter card and Main Module are "ok" - see attached output. It appears issue is related to the the actual Power Supply module and not the blade module and installed PoE Daughter card. Has anyone seen this and can you advise on the solution. I am inclined to open a TAC case for a PS replacement, but wanted to see if this can be resolved without a hardware replacement. At this time all 48 IP phones attached to this module are out of Service.
PoE error on a 6500 Module - Inline Power Module - PS voltage ba
Thanks for the suggestion, Leo. I am going to give that a shot afterhours today, and see how it goes. From some previous posts I have seen, the issue appears more related to one of the Power Supply Mods, as opposed to the Blade Module in slot 9. I say that because the VoIP daughter card on the Blade is not indicating an error.
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