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Hi, When I put an expansion card with a fiber port in my cajun P333T it blocks all ports. The switch is event not visible from the other in the stack. Can someone help me please ?

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Try disabling the spanning tree

Posted on Jul 05, 2010

  • patrick_bout Jul 05, 2010

    How do i do to disable spaning tree ?

  • patrick_bout Jul 05, 2010

    Moreover the problem comes when I just plug the card. Nothing is connecting on the card

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Amber, on a Cisco switch port means that a port has been blocked either as a security violation (if mac-address security is being used) or by spanning-tree protocol which shuts down ports involved in a network loop.

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All info from juliankov appears good.. but thought I'd add a bit of stuff I found on a web site..

http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=300461&page=2

Use a console cable with following minimum pinout (the flat gray one with the RJ45- D9 type converter currently shipping with new P33xx switches will suffice): DB9 Console Port
1 ----------- 6
2 ----------- 3
3 ----------- 2
4 ----------- 4
5 ----------- 5
6
7 ----------- 8
8 ----------- 7
9

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Step-by-Step Procedure
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2. Verify distance and cable used per GBIC as defined by Cisco.

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5. If steps 3 and 4 are successful, but a connection between device A and B cannot be established, loop ports with the cable that adjoins the two devices. Verify that there is not a faulty cable.

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This is from the Cajun P333R manual but it should be very similar if not identical.

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arp timeout Command
Use the arp timeout command to configure the amount of time that an entry
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seconds The amount of time, in seconds, that an entry
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