I have a 3640 with a new ethernet module but the 3640 is not seeing it the lights on the front are not coming on and there is lights on if I connect a a network cable but those lights are at the back. any ideas please help
Is the module listed in a show version output. What ethernet module are you using. You might not be having the right software, which supports it. Paste a show version output, as well as the model number of the module, and we can start from there.
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