I am sure that this is a simple problem. I have a Cisco 2948G that showed up with a red x through it on my CWSI 2.4 campus map. It's been previously on my map,but now I can't CiscoView it, ping it or telnet to it. It showed up briefly in my Arp table on the 1601 with hardware settings as incomplete. It is linked via a T-1 line, a 1601R (which is on the network)into a AS5300.
IF I console into it locally, it works briefly on my map and then disappears. The users are still getting their DHCP addresses and connect to the rest of our network.
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