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On a switchshow port 38 has a index 65574 while other have index same as port. How do I change this?

On a switchshow port 38 has a index 65574 while other have index same as port. How do I change this? The port is not in use and has no GBIC in it.

 

Thanks!

 

switchMode:    Native
switchRole:    Principal
switchDomain:    41
switchId:    fffc29
switchWwn:    10:00:00:05:1e:03:ab:31
zoning:        ON (CFG1)
switchBeacon:    OFF

 

Index Port Address Media Speed State     Proto
==============================================
  0   0   290000   id    2G   No_Light    FC  
  1   1   290100   --    N4   No_Module   FC  
  2   2   290200   id    2G   No_Light    FC  
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 35  35   292300   --    N4   No_Module   FC  
 36  36   292400   id    N4   No_Light    FC  
 37  37   292500   --    N4   No_Module   FC  
65574  38   292600   --    N4   No_Module   FC  
 39  39   292700   id    N4   No_Light    FC 

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Posts: 521
Registered: ‎03-20-2011

Re: On a switchshow port 38 has a index 65574 while other have index same as port. How do I change this?

wow Smiley Happy
but SFPs are 4GB so looks like an ooold switch Smiley Happy
what model it is?
what FOS version it is running?
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Re: On a switchshow port 38 has a index 65574 while other have index same as port. How do I change this?

It is a 4900 running firmware 6.4.3d. Manufacture date is 9/10/2006.

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Posts: 521
Registered: ‎03-20-2011

Re: On a switchshow port 38 has a index 65574 while other have index same as port. How do I change this?

4900 is after the End Of Life, so I suspect it will be hard to have an official answer on this.

You could try doing the following, one of these steps might hopefully help to fix the issue:

 

1) hareboot

2) FOS upgrade to v6.4.3g which is the latest for this platform

3) full reboot with power cycle

 

Please reply if one of these steps will help you.

 

Interesting is that 65574 - 0x10000 = 38

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