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subashbl870
Regular Advisor

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Hi All,May I have help in SAN switch
The SAN switch port which connected to MPX is not up and not down ,Up then Down Up then Down all time ,any idea why ?
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Johan Guldmyr
Honored Contributor

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Hi!

What setting is the port in the SAN-switch? Fixed/negotiate speed etc?

Would you be able to try to hook the MPX up to another port in the SAN-switch? How about new cable/SFP?

Have you restarted the MPX?

Firmware update maybe?

Do you see any errors on the mpx? ( logs or leds )
subashbl870
Regular Advisor

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Dear boss,

i will tell u my situation why the problem is happening means 3days before our online ups power problem so that time was my all servers and switch and core switch was restated . another things is working fine . but my MPX is not working.
Patrick Terlisten
Honored Contributor

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Hello,

check the port at the switch for errors, bad frames, CRC etc. Try to set fixed speed at both sides.

Regards,
Patrick
Best regards,
Patrick
subashbl870
Regular Advisor

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Dear all,

i had verified from my cisco fabric manager software from SITE "A" the port some time flash green color online some time red color fail

Regards
Subash
Patrick Terlisten
Honored Contributor

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Hello,

can you replace the SFP and/ or the fibre-cable?

Regards,
Patrick
Best regards,
Patrick
subashbl870
Regular Advisor

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Boss,

Both option we tried but there is no benefit
Johan Guldmyr
Honored Contributor

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Tried other port in the switch?
Restarted it?

Firmware?

Maybe the MPX is broken? Events on the MPX?

Checked power to the MPX?
subashbl870
Regular Advisor

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Dear all,

we have MPX110 it connected to Fiber optic port to cisco 9124e this morning link is down so i went to fabric manager and try to enable that time it's to FC port Trunk not Full Active then few seconds it's come to shutdown like red color.
Patrick Terlisten
Honored Contributor

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Hello,

you should log a call at HP. I would recommend to replace the MPX.

Regards,
Patrick
Best regards,
Patrick