[nsp] PA-MC-T3 card disabled
Turpin Mark Contr AFCA/GCF
Mark.Turpin at scott.af.mil
Tue Sep 16 13:10:44 EDT 2003
From: Brian Vowell [mailto:brian at digitalix.net]
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2003 11:41 AM
To: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
Subject: Re: [nsp] PA-MC-T3 card disabled
>did that already. it got assigned a really low priority, so i was
>wondering if anyone had run across this before. is there no way to
>access the results of the POST or something like that when the system boots?
Not that I know of. Beyond the show diag / show contr - there is not a
whole lot more I know of to do. However, if the PA is being powered off,
I would imagine that diag/contr commands are going to prove useless.
It does not look like a revision level problem. Those are usually pretty
straight-forward. Bandwidth points usually do a fair job of making
themselves apparent as well.
To my eye, it appears to be nothing more than a bad PA. You could always
raise bloody hell with TAC and try to get your RMA pushed thru faster ;)
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