Why do you need a cross over cable for ?? You need it only when you connect 2 switches. You need a straight through cable to connect your host PC to the switch. Are you connecting 2 switches together via cross-over cable ?
Do you see any changes in the config after the reboot ?
Well, do you see the booting sequence of the switch on the terminal program as that will tell us for hardware issue, if there is any ?
If all the tests are passed it points us towards what could be possibly be the software part.
What happens if you hardcore the speed and duplex on the ports. Try that... The last option that we can try is upgrading the software on the switch.
in addition to amits post i would also suggest to check out whether any error disable option is enabled in your switch which can also be a potential reason for the same ,some flaps may disable ur ports which can come up once u reset them.
Also are you seeing anything to upgrade your ios from 12.1.12 train to 12.1.22 standard GD Version ?
is it possible to do that ? coz we do have switches connected all 24 ports back to back with cross cables with above mentioned ios without any issues for quite sometime now...
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