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How to solve the Power On Self Test in 3Com 610 Switch

My Switch Glows all LED of continusly what the problem of switch

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Is the switch powered up ?

Faulty led of the switch generally glows when the hardware latched to it goes faulty such as fans and power supply. please check for LED in any of these. if you won.t find any LED in red in any of these then try to connect your switch through console port of the switch, if the out is coming as garbage value ie it is not asking for username and password the try to power off the switch ( your live services will go down running through that switch, so plan a MW for that) .

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Switch powers off

  1. Faulty power supply
  2. Heat issue

See if there are any logs on the switch that you can check for errors. If you can't I suggest you call 3Com for troubleshooting.

Oct 10, 2013 | 3Com SuperStack 3 3870 48-Port...

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3com Switch Intermittently Losing Connection.

this could be a problem with the second switch unit. what happens if you connect a pc to this cable, is that intermittent, if so, that is your problem. try fault finding with a LAN cable tester to see if there's any issue with the link cable.

Jul 16, 2013 | 3Com Baseline Switch 2024 24-Port...

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3com superstack 3 switch 3300 reset himself randomaly need a solution

take it to the 4s garage, if you want to find out the problem by yourself,you first have some professional tool , there are some diagnostic that always can figure out the problem i can show you:

Apr 12, 2012 | 3Com SuperStack Networking Hubs & Switches

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I forgot my admin password on my 3com baseline switch 2226-sfp. i can't remember. Can you please help mo to reset my baseline switch to reset the password only. Thanks jenry

If it's the Power Plus (3C16475BS) model, there should be a reset button inside a small hole on the back. "10 - Recovery Button" Inserting a paperclip or similar to reset. If it's not the Power Plus model and is in fact (3C16475A), this is an unmanaged switch, with no administrative capabilities. You don't need a password.

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3Com Baseline Switch 2024 - Switch - 24 ports duplex light blink continusly

Is it hsappening with all the 24 ports or with some ports ?

Might be an indiacation towards the duplex mismatch.
are you getting CRC errors on the interfaces ?

Dec 05, 2010 | 3Com Baseline Switch 2024 - Switch - 24...

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Doesn't POST

I've got a Superstack II 3300 24port switch, all leds are on, and led 8 blinks.
I'll let you know if I find a solution.

Dec 09, 2008 | 3Com SuperStack 3 3300 TM Networking...

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?????????? Need a specific question. Otherwise, power it and look for a power on led light. Plug in two or three computers on a small network and count one blinking light for each computer. Voila!

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Hardware Problem

Probably a bad power supply. Is it getting through power on self test? Any LEDs illuminated when you power it on? Best way is to first connect a terminal configured at 9600,N,8,1 to the console port and then power it on. If you see it running through self test in a few (10-30) seconds, then it's starting up, watch the screen for any errors. If not, then your power supply is probably shot.

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3com 3300 TM - all Ethernet port not working, power led flashing

A blinking power LED means that the switch is either downloading software, or is initializing which also includes running the Power On Self Test. You may have firmware issues with the switch and/or the switch is stuck in initialization mode. You may have to contact 3com regarding a warranty issue. Hope this helps. Good luck.

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