We've got a Cisco SLM2048 switch. Once 15 ports are active, the switch stops recognizing connections on other ports. So, if 15 computers were connected to the network, and a 16th computer was to be switched on, it would be unable to access the network. I suspect the problem is faulty hardware, since the computer regains access if connected directly to our router, or if one of the 15 is disconnected.
Any help and ideas on what to check, would be appreciated.
Re: slm2048 not accepting more than 15 connections
What do you mean with "it would be unable to access the network"? What happens exactly? Is the network interface of the computer active or not? Does the computer get an IP address with DHCP or not? Is there something in the ARP cache or not?
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