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Cluster switch ISL down after switch power cycle

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Applies to

CN1610 cluster network switch

Issue

  • After power cycle of a switch, filers reporting ISL down

The cable used to connect switch "CN1610-1/ Link Aggregate 1" to the ISL port might be faulty. For port-channel, please check each individual link.
The cable used to connect switch "CN1610-1/Slot: 0 Port: 13 10G - Level" to the ISL port might be faulty. For port-channel, please check each individual link.
The cable used to connect switch "CN1610-1/Slot: 0 Port: 14 10G - Level" to the ISL port might be faulty. For port-channel, please check each individual link.
The cable used to connect switch "CN1610-1/Slot: 0 Port: 15 10G - Level" to the ISL port might be faulty. For port-channel, please check each individual link.
The cable used to connect switch "CN1610-1/Slot: 0 Port: 16 10G - Level" to the ISL port might be faulty. For port-channel, please check each individual link.
The cable used to connect switch "CN1610-2/ Link Aggregate 1" to the ISL port might be faulty. For port-channel, please check each individual link.

 

 

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