We have Cisco Unified Service Monitor, when I plugged the 1040 sensor to the 3560 Gig Switch, it connected just fine by giving me an IP address and registering to the Service Monitor. But when I connect the same sensor to a 3550 PoE switch, the sensor continuously reboots. Not quite sure what is happenning here.
2. As long as the LED is either solid yellow, solid green, or flashing green, you should be able to check the leases on your DHCP server to determine the IP address assigned to the 1040 Sensor based on its MAC address retrieved from the sticker on the bottom on the sensor or remotely via the connected switch. (ex. "show mac-address-table int gigabitEthernet 0/10" where "0/10" is the switch port to which the 1040 Sensor port 1 is connected.)
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