[c-nsp] SFP's (Third party) for ME3600

Lobo lobotiger at gmail.com
Mon Sep 8 08:51:19 EDT 2014

Yes we've experienced that too.  Swapping out the SFP doesn't fix it 
either and it requires a reboot to get the copper to work again on the 
same port.


On 9/5/2014 7:08 AM, Nick Hilliard wrote:
> On 04/09/2014 19:41, Aaron wrote:
>> after typing that global command, just shut/no shut the port and it 
>> should
>> immediately start working.  you won't need to reboot me3600 nor will you
>> need to reinsert the sfp.  it will work.
> that usually works, but occasionally an ME3600 will get confused and 
> will completely refuse to drive a cuSFP in a particular port. 
> shut/noshut doesn't help, nor does any other command.  The cuSFP will 
> work fine in other ports.  Rebooting clears the problem.
> Nick

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