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I have a Cisco 7206 and it does not recognize a pa-8e port adapter

I know the port adpater is good as it works in another 7206. I know it's not the slot as it doesn't show up in any slot I put it in. I remember having to issue a command the last time I bought an pa-8e. Do you know what the command might be?

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  • Ckrebs Oct 20, 2008

    Sorry, total issue didn't come through on the post. I have a 7206 that won't recognize a new pa-8e I just bought. I believe there is a command or two that is required for the router to see it. Does any one know those commands?

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Hi Ckrebs,

Can you check what is the ios version of the 7206 (the one not able to recognize the PA-8E)?

Minimum versions of IOS required for pa-8e are the following:

Cisco IOS Release 12.2(4)B or a later release of Cisco IOS Release 12.2B

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/interfaces_modules/port_adapters/install_upgrade/ethernet/pa-8e_10baset_install_config/3494prep.html#wp1024649

Check the ios of the router if it supports the PA since you were able to isolate that it's not a faulty PA-8E (by testing it to another 7206 chassis).

Once checked, can you provide the show version and show diag output?

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Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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