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The media converter connectivity problem...

Our network has 3 media converters but i can't get my two network segments to communicate even though the link and activity leds are lit on both sides. the funny thing is that only the link and activity leds behind my media converter/4 are the ones lit, the front ones are not. could this be a layer problem? I just joined the college as the network technician and there is no documentation for the network!

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