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cat6509 and strange message

Has anybody seen following message before . Port gig 1/1 is a trunk which a member of the channel to another switch. The channel shows the port as connected

25/06/2003 11:56 AM WDRCSW2-Port 1/1 · short wave fiber gigabit ethernet Physical Address changed from 0001C96D212F to 00027E38480C

25/06/2003 11:56 AM WDRCSW2-Port 1/1 · short wave fiber gigabit ethernet- Interface Index changed from 141 to 3

25/06/2003 10:55 AM WDRCSW2-Port 4/2 · 10/100 utp ethernet (cat 3/5) Physical Address changed from 00D0BA653406 to 00D0BA653407

25/06/2003 10:55 AM WDRCSW2-Port 4/2 · 10/100 utp ethernet (cat 3/5) Physical Address changed from 00D0BA653405 to 00D0BA653406

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Cisco Employee

Re: cat6509 and strange message

Check to see if any trace is enabled on the switch(sh trace). If it is, unset using command "set trace all 0"

New Member

Re: cat6509 and strange message

hi

No traces are enabled, here's the output: Any idea what causing these messages?

2> (enable) sh trace

Trace monitor is disabled for this session.

Trace Category Level

-------------- -----

No traces set.

2> (enable)

Cisco Employee

Re: cat6509 and strange message

I get it now...The messages are from a NMS station and not switch's syslog. Check to see if any of those ports are going up and down. I think the interface index on the switch whch is an internal reference number used by the switch to know which internal port to send data to is changing.

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