Thanks for the reply. It does not show the serial number on my output. Every other router and switch we own it works fine on. I do find this very interesting I guess I should have been a little more clear it is actually a 1760-V so it just has the dsp chipset installed. Why would this make a difference? Also, the PCB serial number from the sh diag command does not match the serial number on the back of the router. I believe this is the serial number for the mainboard only and in fact is different than the unit serial number. Does anyone else have any ideas? As mentioned it is a 1760-V and it is currently running c1700-sv8y-mz.122-15.T5.bin code. It is a brand new unit sitting on my desk it hasn't even been installed yet.
I guess the answer that makes the most sense is the modular one. After thinking about this statement I have checked and all of our modular devices (including core switches) do not display the serial number. All other devices do. The snmp command will work for the modular devices.
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