I'm wondering why is it that Cisco's website has such a problem maintaining links to their document for more then few months? What the back end process that keeps on changing every possible links to any document?
My suggestion is start using something like tiny urls for all of you docs or just create an ID that will never change, I don't think that's very complicated.
Thanks for your feedback and suggestion for using tiny URLs or permanent IDs in documentation. We do have a “preventing broken links” program but are sorry that it apparently hasn’t helped with the docs you use. Is there a particular document or doc set where you are experiencing redirects or broken links?
We will bring your suggestion to the documentation teams for them to evaluate.
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Check the phy id from “show controllers ethernet-controller phy” output.
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