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Some ports not working

My switch is of 24 port an some ports are not working like 1,18,21,24 it shows local area connection 100 mbps but when i m pinging to ip add it shows request timed out

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Since this is a non-managed layer2 switch, it sounds like those ports are dead. Switch ports die sometimes. If you're the original owner of the switch, you may be able to get it replaced under warranty. D-Link provides a 5 year warranty on this switch. Once a port dies on a switch like this one, there's nothing you can do but replace the switch, or just not use those ports. Good luck.

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switch setting
int f0/1
speed 100
dup full


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