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Error: Breakout map of 10g-4x is not supported on a 100G optic transceiver

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Cisco Nexus (NX) 3232C Cluster Network Switches
  • Reference Configuration File (RCF)


interface Ethernet1/30
interface Ethernet1/31
interface Ethernet1/32
interface Ethernet1/33
interface Ethernet1/34


  • Switch log errors:
cs2# copy Nexus-3232C-RCF-v1.8-Cluster-Breakout.txt running-config ec ho-commands
`cs2# config terminal`
`cs2(config)# banner motd #`
`cs2(config)# interface breakout module 1 port 1-3 map 10g-4x`
Error: Breakout map of 10g-4x is not supported on a 100G optic transceiver

`cs2(config)# interface e1/1/1-4, e1/2/1-4, e1/3/1-4, e1/4/1-4, e1/5/1-4, e1/6/1-4, e1/7-30, e1/33-34`
Invalid range at '^' marker.
`cs2(config)# inherit port-profile CLUSTER`
% Invalid command at '^' marker.
`cs2(config)# priority-flow-control mode auto`
  • Errors will continue until the RCF lines are complete:
% Invalid command at '^' marker. 
`cs2# end`
`cs2# end`
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