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4800g irf

 
iasgair
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4800g irf

I have successfully added two switches to an IRF fabric but when I add a third I get a message "Physical index of the member is 3, member ID is 2. Link status of the IRF port with port index 2 and member ID 2 turned to 1.". This is followed by " Neighbor of IRF port 2 can't be stacked.".



If I look at irf topology I get the following output



                           Topology Info


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                 IRF-Port1                  IRF-Port2


 Switch  Link     member  neighbor  Link             member  neighbor  Belong To


  *1         DOWN     1                  --        UP                    2                  2              0024-73c7-ef15


   2          UP            1                  1         ISOLATE         2                  --             0024-73c7-ef15


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Can anybody explain what's happened and/or how I fix the problem?



Thanks in advance



Tom



 






 



1 REPLY
iasgair
Occasional Contributor

Re: 4800g irf

Answered this myself, the fibre was in the wrong physical IRF port.



tom