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need help understanding dump all

We recently purchased a Cisco WS-C3550-24PWR-SMI switch. I ran "dump all" on the switch with no active LAN lines running into it. Some of the dump output I don't understand. I've pasted three snips from the dump. If anyone could clue me in as to where I can find out how to interpret these dumps or clue me in as to what they mean I would appreciate it.

"fechannel" seems to be associated with Fast EtherChannel. I don't really want to enable this on the switch at this time. Is there any way to stop the switch from looking for ports associated with Fast

EtherChannel?

Thanks,

Kent

01:03:48: SNMP: HC Timer DF8524 fired

01:03:48: SNMP: HC Timer DF8524 rearmed, delay = 5000

01:03:49: Sending RAM Access request 0x00AFFF18 to 0x0000000C

01:03:49: Starting Reply Timer on 0x00AFFF18

01:03:49: Starting Reply Timer on 0x00AFFF18

01:03:49: Received response (satellite 3) for request 0x00AFFF18

01:03:49: VRA: req 0xAFFF18, sat 3, not all sats done (0x8 vs 0xC)

01:03:49: Received response (satellite 2) for request 0x00AFFF18

01:03:49: Sending RAM Access request 0x00AFFF18 to 0x00000003

01:03:49: Starting Reply Timer on 0x00AFFF18

01:03:49: Starting Reply Timer on 0x00AFFF18

01:03:49: FEC: get-fechannel: port (Fa0/1) not part of fechannel

01:03:49: FEC: get-fechannel: port (Fa0/2) not part of fechannel

01:03:49: FEC: get-fechannel: port (Fa0/3) not part of fechannel

01:03:49: FEC: get-fechannel: port (Fa0/4) not part of fechannel

01:03:49: FEC: get-fechannel: port (Fa0/5) not part of fechannel

01:03:49: FEC: get-fechannel: port (Fa0/6) not part of fechannel

01:03:49: FEC: get-fechannel: port (Fa0/7) not part of fechannel

01:03:49: FEC: get-fechannel: port (Fa0/8) not part of fechannel

01:09:03: Fa0/6: 0 0 0 0

01:09:03: Fa0/7: 0 0 0 0

01:09:03: Fa0/8: 0 0 0 0

01:09:03: Fa0/9: txbytes 9 0 0 0

01:09:03: Fa0/9: rxbytes 9 0 0 0

01:09:03: Fa0/9: txpak 9 0 0 0

01:09:03: Fa0/9: rxpak 9 0 0 0

01:09:03: Fa0/9: 0 0 0 0

01:09:03: Fa0/10: 0 0 0 0

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Re: need help understanding dump all

I hope this is quite normal. Because, here you are not enabled any ether channel with "channel-group" interface commands, and it's just checking all ports configured for the same or not, when you enter "dump all" command.

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