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CSCvg37676 - 3132Q-V intf gets tx stuck after multiple consecutive flaps

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Applies to

  • Cisco 3132Q-V
  • CSCvg37676
  • 7.0(3)I7(5a) and earlier


  • A Cisco 3132Q-V may exhibit interfaces with output rate of zero bps and output discards counter incrementing after multiple consecutive interface flaps introduced by directly connected device.
  • This defect might cause a disruption of cluster service.


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