I am relatively new to the cisco world and have installed a switch that seems to funtionally work ok. However, after setting up the config I am finding that all ports on all modules display an 'inactive' under the port status column. I've tried resetting the whole switch, various modules, supervisor module and tried disabling and re-enabling individual and multiple ports. None of this seems to fix the issue at hand. Because I get an inactive, it means that data will not travel to and from the ports I've enabled. I did look at the mod status and the supervisor mod displayed 'ok' / 'faulty' under the status column. I know this sounds like an 'obvious indicator' of the problem but I have a 4006 switch on another vlan that has the same supervisor module status of 'ok' /'faulty' but it works perfectly(I will look at that one asap too!!). Can anyone advise me of what I can try to do to enable the ports or if there is a config line that I can add or whatever...
Thanks so much....your advise was very useful and I am fully operational. Thanks...Do you have any other advise on checking the switch...like diagnostic checks (ie: when weird things are happening-what commands to use when I need to interigate the switch)...
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