Today, i'm having a go on the beast! I've installed a 6148A - GE-TX into a 6509 and i get the following output. I was wondering am i using the correct SUP card as i can't get it to recognise. Also, currently i'm only using one power supply. It shouldn't make a difference should it?
Try not to get too technical on me here - i'm not ashamed to say when it comes to the 6509 i'm not that clued up - even though i've been messing around with them for the past 6 months or so.
If the status is power-bad, the switch is able to see a card, but unable to allocate power. This is possible if the Supervisor Engine is not able access the serial PROM (SPROM) contents on the module in order to determine the identification of the line card. You can issue the show idprom module slot command in order to verify if the SPROM is readable. If the SPROM is not accessible, you can reset the module.
Also, make sure your AC has power for all modules and PoE devices.
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