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Problem with 4510R commutation

Hi!

I have a problem with my Cisco4510R.

When i connect a HP server on slot 1 port gi1/17 the port doesn't become at UP state, console log shows me information that cable is not connect. But when i plug cable into 2960 switch port become Up.

What can it be? Best regards, Sergey.

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Hey Sergey,Clearly its a

Hey Sergey,

Clearly its a physical layer issue. Check which cable you are using i.e. crossover or straight, later is preferred. Also try hard coding speed and duplex on the interface.

HTH.

Regards,

RS.

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rajeevsh,thank you for your

rajeevsh,

thank you for your answer, but it's very easy

Of course I checked cable and tuned up port to hard 100/full.

Google help me to understand, that problem is more complex than its looks.

There are problem with supervisor WS-X45-SUP7-E.

I found this article:

line cards stop responding to interface changes
Symptom:
One or more line cards stop responding to interface changes and ports remain
down/down (notconnect) when connected to hosts. Interfaces that are already in
the link-up state are not affected.

 

Conditions:
The problem only affects WS-X45-SUP7-E supervisors running 03.01.00.SG,
03.01.01.SG, 03.02.00.SG or 03.02.01.SG.
The line cards that can be affected are in the WS-X46xx series and the WS-X47xx
series. Earlier line cards are not affected.

 

Workaround:
Upgrade to 3.2.5SG (3.2.2SG and higher has the fix).

 

Further information
Avoid triggering the issue by eliminating link flap.
If module < n> is already in the problem state:
- reload the linecard module by doing 'hw-module module < n> reset'.
OR
- if you have dual supervisors, perform a switchover

 

So that is it, I think. 

Hey Sergey,In the initial

Hey Sergey,

In the initial post you mentioned that same interface is coming up when connected to the 2960 switch so i doubt that we are running in to this bug, however it can be confirmed if you may reload the module with 'hw-module module 1 reload' command.

HTH.

regards,

RS.

New Member

Thank you, for your help!I

Thank you, for your help!

I successfully reload this module.

I assumed that this problem can be solved without reload command =)

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