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Registered: ‎02-09-2011

FMI: How to shutdown port 6/2/3 on icx6610 stack?

Logs and Config info is below.

 

Reports were users complaining about computers losing their network connection .  I logged remotly to the stack and saw the log entries(below).  Since I wasn't on-site my plan was to shutdown the stacking port  and schedule a late-night reboot. I've had to do simiar for icx6450's. 

If I remember correctly on the 6450's I chaged the stacking port to a "normal" port then shut it down.  When I tried the same steps on the 6610, it wouldn't let me change the single stacking port. 

 

Eventually I got on-site, tried reseating the cables, tried swaping cables with another port-- problem remained.  I pulled the cable and scheduled a reboot, which fixed the issue.  I knew that was required when I reseated the cable and it spit an error about 5/2/8 <--> 6/2/3 being connected.

 

My question is how to shutdown the port (example: 6/2/3) remotely?  Just wondering for future reference.

 

Log entries:

ay 26 12:15:04  System: Interface ethernet 6/2/3, state up
May 26 12:15:04  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/8, state down
May 26 12:15:04  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/10, state up
May 26 12:15:04  System: Interface ethernet 6/2/3, state down
May 26 12:15:05  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/10, state down
May 26 12:15:05  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/8, state up
May 26 12:15:05  System: Interface ethernet 6/2/3, state up
May 26 12:15:05  System: Interface ethernet 6/2/3, state down
May 26 12:15:06  System: Interface ethernet 6/2/3, state up
May 26 12:15:06  System: Interface ethernet 6/2/3, state down
May 26 12:15:07  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/8, state up
May 26 12:15:07  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/8, state down
May 26 12:15:08  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/9, state up
May 26 12:15:09  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/8, state up
May 26 12:15:09  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/9, state down
May 26 12:15:09  System: Interface ethernet 6/2/3, state up
May 26 12:15:09  System: Interface ethernet 6/2/3, state down
May 26 12:15:10  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/8, state down
May 26 12:15:10  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/8, state up
May 26 12:15:10  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/8, state down
May 26 12:15:10  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/10, state up
May 26 12:15:11  System: Interface ethernet 5/2/10, state dow

 

Stack section of the config:

stack unit 1
module 1 icx6610-48p-poe-port-management-module
module 2 icx6610-qsfp-10-port-160g-module
module 3 icx6610-8-port-10g-dual-mode-module
stack-trunk 1/2/1 to 1/2/2
stack-trunk 1/2/6 to 1/2/7
stack-port 1/2/1 1/2/6
stack unit 2
module 1 icx6610-48p-poe-port-management-module
module 2 icx6610-qsfp-10-port-160g-module
module 3 icx6610-8-port-10g-dual-mode-module
priority 220
stack-trunk 2/2/1 to 2/2/2
stack-trunk 2/2/6 to 2/2/7
stack-port 2/2/1 2/2/6
stack unit 3
module 1 icx6610-48p-poe-port-management-module
module 2 icx6610-qsfp-10-port-160g-module
module 3 icx6610-8-port-10g-dual-mode-module
priority 200
stack-trunk 3/2/1 to 3/2/2
stack-trunk 3/2/6 to 3/2/7
stack-port 3/2/1 3/2/6
stack unit 4
module 1 icx6610-48p-poe-port-management-module
module 2 icx6610-qsfp-10-port-160g-module
module 3 icx6610-8-port-10g-dual-mode-module
priority 180
stack-trunk 4/2/1 to 4/2/2
stack-trunk 4/2/6 to 4/2/7
stack-port 4/2/1 4/2/6
stack unit 5
module 1 icx6610-48p-poe-port-management-module
module 2 icx6610-qsfp-10-port-160g-module
module 3 icx6610-8-port-10g-dual-mode-module
priority 160
stack-trunk 5/2/1 to 5/2/2
stack-trunk 5/2/6 to 5/2/7
stack-port 5/2/1 5/2/6
stack unit 6
module 1 icx6610-48p-poe-port-management-module
module 2 icx6610-qsfp-10-port-160g-module
module 3 icx6610-8-port-10g-dual-mode-module
priority 140
stack-trunk 6/2/1 to 6/2/2
stack-trunk 6/2/6 to 6/2/7
stack-port 6/2/1 6/2/6
stack unit 7
module 1 icx6610-48p-poe-port-management-module
module 2 icx6610-qsfp-10-port-160g-module
module 3 icx6610-8-port-10g-dual-mode-module
priority 130
stack-trunk 7/2/1 to 7/2/2
stack-trunk 7/2/6 to 7/2/7
stack-port 7/2/1 7/2/6
stack unit 8
module 1 icx6610-48p-poe-port-management-module
module 2 icx6610-qsfp-10-port-160g-module
module 3 icx6610-8-port-10g-dual-mode-module
no legacy-inline-power
priority 110
stack-trunk 8/2/1 to 8/2/2
stack-trunk 8/2/6 to 8/2/7
stack-port 8/2/1 8/2/6
stack enable

 

Show stack output:

Probing the topology. Please wait ...

active standby
+---+ +---+ +---+ +---+ +---+ +---+
=2/1| 2 |2/6==2/1| 3 |2/6==2/1| 4 |2/6==2/1| 5 |2/6==2/1| 6 |2/6==2/1| 7 |2/6=
| +---+ +---+ +---+ +---+ +---+ +---+ |
| |
| |
| +---+ +---+ |
----------------------------------------------------=2/6| 1 |2/1==2/6| 8 |2/1=
+---+ +---+

trunk probe results: 8 links
Link 1: u8 -- u1, num=5
1: 1/2/1 (T0) <---> 8/2/6 (T1)
2: 1/2/2 (T0) <---> 8/2/7 (T1)
3: 1/2/3 (T0) <---> 8/2/8 (T1)
4: 1/2/4 (T0) <---> 8/2/9 (T1)
5: 1/2/5 (T0) <---> 8/2/10(T1)
Link 2: u2 -- u1, num=5
1: 1/2/6 (T1) <---> 2/2/1 (T0)
2: 1/2/7 (T1) <---> 2/2/2 (T0)
3: 1/2/8 (T1) <---> 2/2/3 (T0)
4: 1/2/9 (T1) <---> 2/2/4 (T0)
5: 1/2/10(T1) <---> 2/2/5 (T0)
Link 3: u3 -- u2, num=5
1: 2/2/6 (T1) <---> 3/2/1 (T0)
2: 2/2/7 (T1) <---> 3/2/2 (T0)
3: 2/2/8 (T1) <---> 3/2/3 (T0)
4: 2/2/9 (T1) <---> 3/2/4 (T0)
5: 2/2/10(T1) <---> 3/2/5 (T0)
Link 4: u4 -- u3, num=5
1: 3/2/6 (T1) <---> 4/2/1 (T0)
2: 3/2/7 (T1) <---> 4/2/2 (T0)
3: 3/2/8 (T1) <---> 4/2/3 (T0)
4: 3/2/9 (T1) <---> 4/2/4 (T0)
5: 3/2/10(T1) <---> 4/2/5 (T0)
Link 5: u5 -- u4, num=5
1: 4/2/6 (T1) <---> 5/2/1 (T0)
2: 4/2/7 (T1) <---> 5/2/2 (T0)
3: 4/2/8 (T1) <---> 5/2/3 (T0)
4: 4/2/9 (T1) <---> 5/2/4 (T0)
5: 4/2/10(T1) <---> 5/2/5 (T0)
Link 6: u6 -- u5, num=1
1: 5/2/6 (T1) <---> 6/2/1 (T0)
Link 7: u7 -- u6, num=5
1: 6/2/6 (T1) <---> 7/2/1 (T0)
2: 6/2/7 (T1) <---> 7/2/2 (T0)
3: 6/2/8 (T1) <---> 7/2/3 (T0)
4: 6/2/9 (T1) <---> 7/2/4 (T0)
5: 6/2/10(T1) <---> 7/2/5 (T0)
Link 8: u8 -- u7, num=5
1: 7/2/6 (T1) <---> 8/2/1 (T0)
2: 7/2/7 (T1) <---> 8/2/2 (T0)
3: 7/2/8 (T1) <---> 8/2/3 (T0)
4: 7/2/9 (T1) <---> 8/2/4 (T0)
5: 7/2/10(T1) <---> 8/2/5 (T0)
CPU to CPU packets are fine between 8 units.

Frequent Contributor
Posts: 95
Registered: ‎03-23-2015

Re: FMI: How to shutdown port 6/2/3 on icx6610 stack?

Hi @swhall,

 

"Disable" on port 6/2/3 should shutdown the port. Hope that helps!

Dennis Smith
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@DennisMSmith
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Posts: 14
Registered: ‎02-09-2011

Re: FMI: How to shutdown port 6/2/3 on icx6610 stack?

Agreed,  the problem appears to be actually accessing that port.  


--Access from config prompt---
SSH@stack01(config)#int e 6/2/3
Error - command not allowed for stacking port: 6/2/3

--Hmm maybe within the stack unit section ---
SSH@stack01(config-unit-6)#stack-port 6/2/3
You cannot set only one stack port.

-- OK, lets see if we can fool it, remember I only need to shutdown one port ---
SSH@stack01(config-unit-6)#stack-port 6/2/3 6/2/3
Error! you specify two identical ports

-- OK,  I'll use two different ports --
SSH@stack01(config-unit-6)#stack-port 6/2/3 6/2/4
Error! port 6/2/3 cannot be a stacking port
It must be 6/2/1 or 6/2/6 (can be configured by "default-port")

Not sure where to go from here.

 

 

New Contributor
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎05-12-2015

Re: FMI: How to shutdown port 6/2/3 on icx6610 stack?

The port that you are trying to access is I believe part of the 4x10 qsfp port in the back. Which you can see the status of but need to manage it through the 6/2/1 port, or whichever 40 gig port that matches to it.

 

Are you using a DAC to connect them? 

 

Hope this helps.

 

 

Dave

Occasional Contributor
Posts: 14
Registered: ‎02-09-2011

Re: FMI: How to shutdown port 6/2/3 on icx6610 stack?

You are correct, It is part of the 4x10qsfp port. 

 

I am not using Dacs, this stack is all connected with QSFP cables

 

I'll see what i can do thru the 6/2/1 port.  I'll probably have to remove all 4 ports to shutdown the single port. Not what i am hoping.  Good thing this stack was only and hour away.

 

Thanks

wes

 

 

 

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