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NONTRUNK

Please why why will a port move trunks

This message below suddenly came up and our users lost a brief connection. Going to the Cisco web sites just says it is informational only but does not tell why it happened.

Please can anyone let me know why this may happen or point me to a web page/site that can give me more information.

Thanks

2002 Dec 12 14:13:34 GMT +00:00 %DTP-5-NONTRUNKPORTON:Port 3/6 has become non-tr

unk

2002 Dec 12 14:23:32 GMT +00:00 %DTP-5-TRUNKPORTON:Port 3/6 has become dot1q tru

nk

2002 Dec 12 14:23:45 GMT +00:00 %PAGP-5-PORTTOSTP:Port 3/6 joined bridge port 3/

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Re: NONTRUNK

did you look at the switch connected on the other side of the trunk to see if the port dropped ?

Cisco Employee

Re: NONTRUNK

The link became a nontrunk because it lost the physical link. Check for any physical layer issues such as cabling or fiber/GBIC if it is fiber link

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/473/34.shtml#PAGP_MESSAGES

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Re: NONTRUNK

Thank you very much.

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