SSH@ICX6610-48P Router#show inline power 1/1/46 Port Admin Oper ---Power(mWatts)--- PD Type PD Class Pri Fault/ State State Consumed Allocated Error -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1/1/46 On On 7300 30000 802.3at Class 4 1 n/a SSH@ICX6610-48P Router#show interfaces ethernet 1/1/46 GigabitEthernet1/1/46 is down, line protocol is down Port down for 3 minute(s) 48 second(s) Hardware is GigabitEthernet, address is cc4e.243c.0d78 (bia cc4e.243c.0da5) Configured speed auto, actual unknown, configured duplex fdx, actual unknown Configured mdi mode AUTO, actual unknown Member of 3 L2 VLANs, port is dual mode in Vlan 2, port state is BLOCKING BPDU guard is Disabled, ROOT protect is Disabled, Designated protect is Disabled Link Error Dampening is Disabled STP configured to ON, priority is level0, mac-learning is enabled Openflow is Disabled, Openflow Hybrid mode is Disabled, Flow Control is config enabled, oper enabled, negotiation disabled Mirror disabled, Monitor disabled Mac-notification is disabled Not member of any active trunks Not member of any configured trunks Port name is wifi-garage Inter-Packet Gap (IPG) is 96 bit times MTU 1500 bytes, encapsulation ethernet 300 second input rate: 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec, 0.00% utilization 300 second output rate: 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec, 0.00% utilization 16107 packets input, 3723084 bytes, 0 no buffer Received 1044 broadcasts, 3847 multicasts, 11216 unicasts 0 input errors, 0 CRC, 0 frame, 0 ignored 0 runts, 0 giants 77585 packets output, 12908086 bytes, 0 underruns Transmitted 4967 broadcasts, 59834 multicasts, 12784 unicasts 0 output errors, 0 collisions Relay Agent Information option: Disabled SSH@ICX6610-48P Router#phy cable-diagnostics tdr 1/1/46 SSH@ICX6610-48P Router#show cable-diagnostics tdr 1/1/46 Port Speed Local pair Pair Length Remote pair Pair status ---- ----- ---------- ----------- ----------- ----------- 1/1/46 UNKWN Pair A N/A M Pair B Terminated Pair B N/A M Pair A Terminated Pair C N/A M Pair D Terminated Pair D N/A M Pair C Terminated
SSH@ICX6610-48P Router#phy cable-diag tdr 1/1/46 SSH@ICX6610-48P Router#show cable-diagnostics tdr 1/1/46 Port Speed Local pair Pair Length Remote pair Pair status ---- ----- ---------- ----------- ----------- ----------- 1/1/46 UNKWN Pair A 0000033M Open Pair B 0000035M Open Pair C 0000036M Open Pair D 0000033M Open
I cut out some rack ears using the files posted, but they don't seem to match at all when I went to check. Will be a while before I can pull my switch off the rack if I need to measure it's ears.
Ah yeah, sorry, those were ICX6450 ears. Just realized nowhere in our exchanges did we discuss if we were even talking about ears for the same rack model.could be the alcohol, but I'm pretty sure he made ICX6450 ears and it looks like you have a 6610?
I don't need alcohol. I ran my finger across Waterjet some 25+ years ago when I was young and stupid. That was an industrial one. Luckily it wasn't fully pressurized and was in the process of getting ready. Simple band-aid was enough and I still have all the fingers.could be the alcohol, but I'm pretty sure he made ICX6450 ears and it looks like you have a 6610?
IMHO the only thing going for this switch is PoE+fanless. Do you need PoE? If not, you can go for a fanless and very cheap 1 Gbps Dell PowerConnect 2816 just as well, because while your server might be connected via 10 GBps, your PC will probably be on one of the 1 Gbps ports and that will limit your speed. The switch only has 2 10 GBps capable SFP+ ports. So you either need SFP+ in PC/server as well or some 30-meter-only SFP+ 10GBaseT module.I have my eyes on 7150-C12P because it's fanless
if you're careful yes, but it needs to be from the same port count switch (24 or 48). the 48 port models have the serial port and OOB mgmt port integrated into the stack card, while the 24 ports do not (theyre on the front)Is the 40Gb module in the 6610 series something I can remove from one unit and transplant into another? Thinking about getting a cheap(-er) 6610-24 or something with a working 40Gb module and swapping it into my 6610-48p, instead of buying a whole 'nother 6610-48p, if it's possible to do that.
Ah, nevermind. Bunch of dead ports. First time I've been burned in eBay in a decade.
I've purchased two used TurboIron 24X switches from different eBay sellers that stated they were tested and in working condition. One of them claimed to have certified technicians inspecting things. Both switches arrived with configurations from the rack they'd been pulled from - one from Verisign and one from Symantec - with VLANs, access lists, LAGs, disabled ports, TACACS+, et cetera.Beware that seller I guess as they claim it was fully tested. Damage didn't happen in shipping. It was very well packaged and the box is intact.
nope. the USB console port on the 7250 is NOT a usb connection. It's RS232 serial over a usb connector. You will fry it trying to plug it directly into a computer's USB port or any of these USB adapters. This is the ONLY console cable that will work (unless you make your own), I dunno how many times I can post this: Mini-USB(M) to RJ45(M), 8ft, Brocade Console Cable, + 9pin(F) to RJ45(F) adapter | eBayit's basically the same connection as well, the switch will show up as a USB to console device and you can connect right away. So the functionality is exactly the same between the two ports. If you already have USB to RJ45 console cable there's no need to connect another way.