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CISCO 3500 Series problems 13 years 3 months ago #7508

I have several Cisco 3500 series Inline Power switches and all the lights are blinking in unison???? The problem seems to be generated from the two Gig ports.. one having a fiber run to the core and one having a gigastack linking to the other switches in the same closet....

Any Ideas????

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Re: CISCO 3500 Series problems 13 years 3 months ago #7564

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what problem are you having, other than the LEDs blink in unison? Is there some kind of performance problem? does the switch pass any traffic?

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Re: CISCO 3500 Series problems 13 years 3 months ago #7569

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LanMan,

Does the link going to the other switches in the closet return back to the core switch ?

Have you got STP configured to avoid possible loops that might be present?

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