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looped-back packet not received on controller 1

Hi,

Following lines are observed on a "WS-C3550-48-SMI".. Pls suggest.

Also, Fa0/1-Fa0/8 are showing as administratively down. Does this means the port are hardware faulty?

Ethernet-controller 1 has 12 Fast Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 interfaces

FastEthernet0/1 failed POST

FastEthernet0/2 failed POST

FastEthernet0/3 failed POST

FastEthernet0/4 failed POST

FastEthernet0/5 failed POST

FastEthernet0/6 failed POST

FastEthernet0/7 failed POST

FastEthernet0/8 failed POST

POST: Loopback Tests : Begin

looped-back packet not received on controller 1, channel 1

looped-back packet not received on controller 1, channel 2

looped-back packet not received on controller 1, channel 3

looped-back packet not received on controller 1, channel 4

looped-back packet not received on controller 1, channel 5

looped-back packet not received on controller 1, channel 6

looped-back packet not received on controller 1, channel 7

looped-back packet not received on controller 1, channel 8

POST: Loopback Tests : End, Status Passed

Stored system POST messages:

Fa0/8 can't be brought up because it failed POST in loopback test

Fa0/8 can't be brought up because it failed POST in loopback test

Fa0/8 can't be brought up because it failed POST in loopback test

Fa0/8 can't be brought up because it failed POST in loopback test

Fa0/8 can't be brought up because it failed POST in loopback test

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Cisco Employee

Re: looped-back packet not received on controller 1

Hi Satya,

Yes, this switch is faulty. Whenever a device fails POST (Power On Self Test), it is an indication of hardware failure, and the device should be replaced.

HTH,

Bobby

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Cisco Employee

Re: looped-back packet not received on controller 1

Hi Satya,

Yes, this switch is faulty. Whenever a device fails POST (Power On Self Test), it is an indication of hardware failure, and the device should be replaced.

HTH,

Bobby

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