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Logcard Interface shows unk/unk/down(disabled)

L2 Linker

Has anyone out there experienced this?

 

                  name             id speed/duplex/state                             mac address
                  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  ethernet1/1 64 10000/full/up                                     58:49:3b:fb:72:40
                  ethernet1/2 65 10000/full/up                                     58:49:3b:fb:72:41
                  ethernet1/3 66 ukn/ukn/down(disabled)                    b4:0c:25:e0:40:42

 

We have installed a new Finistar SFP+ (FTLX8574D3BCL), which according to the documentation is compatible with PA-7050.

 

The IP assigned to the interface cannot be pinged.

 

What can I do to troubleshoot this phenomene?

 

Regards,

 

Jasper Freeman

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The solution to the problem was:

 

     Check the switch interface on which the logcard is connected.

     The on the switch interface was set to 1000 und should be 10000.

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L7 Applicator

Hi Jasper

 

it looks like the interface has been set as 'down' manually

make sure the link state is set to auto or up:

link state.png

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The solution to the problem was:

 

     Check the switch interface on which the logcard is connected.

     The on the switch interface was set to 1000 und should be 10000.

View solution in original post

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