[c-nsp] Dot1q subinterfaces on cisco 1721
consta at gmail.com
Thu Oct 14 02:20:15 EDT 2004
The one with MPC860P part number 0:
PCB Serial Number : FOC072213XW
Router Serial Number : FHK073720QU
The one with MPC860P part number 5:
PCB Serial Number : FOC07311WSC
Unfortunatelly, for the working one i can't give you the router serial
number, since it's in production and i don't have phisical access to
On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 17:43:24 -0700, Dennis Peng <dpeng at cisco.com> wrote:
> I'm having our hardware platform team look into this issue. Our code
> requires that a MPC860P part number 5 be present in order to enable
> dot1q. I don't know why or how you got a 1721 with a MPC860P part
> number 0. So I'm investigating. You have a serial number for both? If
> so, please send it to me. Thanks.
> Sorin CONSTANTINESCU [consta at gmail.com] wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a cisco 1721 that doesn't let me set the encapsulation for
> > fastethernet subinterfaces. I tried several IOS images using Feature
> > Navigator, but no results.
> > I took the image running on another 1721, loaded it into the one with
> > the problem, but it still didn't work.
> > === cut here ===
> > Router#conf t
> > Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.
> > Router(config)#int f0.1
> > Router(config-subif)#enc?
> > encapsulation
> > Router(config-subif)#enc dot1q 1
> > ^
> > % Invalid input detected at '^' marker.
> > Router(config-subif)#end
> > Router#
> > === and here ===
> > The only difference between the 2 routers is in the output of show ver:
> > The one that works: MPC860P processor: part number 5, mask 2
> > The one that doesn't work: MPC860P processor: part number 0, mask 32
> > I searched on google, but i didn't find anything. I asked the output
> > interpreter, but still nothing :)
> > Any ideeas?
> > TIA!
> > --
> > Sorin CONSTANTINESCU
> > consta at gmail.com
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