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rootnet08 at gmail

Aug 28, 2008, 9:09 PM

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Summit 400-48t Port Problems

Hello,

I have checked the archives from 2003 to now and could not find this
anywhere. Here is my problem:

I have a Extreme Summit 400-48t lost power for about 5-12 secs (UPS
failure/problem) but powered back on after power was restored and none of
the ports worked. I have an exact copy of this switch running as well and
it fired back up without a problem unlike this one.

Here are sample logs:

09/26/2007 16:11:34.23 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could
not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/25/2007 11:10:18.43 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could
not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/25/2007 10:20:02.55 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could
not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/24/2007 23:50:41.30 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could
not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/20/2007 13:43:49.85 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail

BTW I wiped the config and the time is off now so ignore that.

What do you think is wrong? How can I procure? I thought about reloading the
image but can not use the ports to do a tftp. Can some one explain also how
to configure the management port on the back to do this if possible. I am a
Cisco person not extreme but I am learning.

Thanks in advanced!!!

--RootNet08


fabian.extr at gmail

Aug 29, 2008, 2:08 AM

Post #2 of 6 (7959 views)
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Re: Summit 400-48t Port Problems [In reply to]

Hi,



You have to configure an ip@ to the MGMT VLAN (that have 1 unique port : the
management outband port) :

Configure mgmt ipaddress x.x.x.x/x



I would suggest to run a diag on your switch to verify that there is nothing
wrong with the hardware after the power failure.



Regards.



From: extreme-nsp-bounces [at] puck
[mailto:extreme-nsp-bounces [at] puck] On Behalf Of root net
Sent: vendredi 29 août 2008 06:09
To: extreme-nsp [at] puck
Subject: [e-nsp] Summit 400-48t Port Problems



Hello,

I have checked the archives from 2003 to now and could not find this
anywhere. Here is my problem:

I have a Extreme Summit 400-48t lost power for about 5-12 secs (UPS
failure/problem) but powered back on after power was restored and none of
the ports worked. I have an exact copy of this switch running as well and
it fired back up without a problem unlike this one.

Here are sample logs:

09/26/2007 16:11:34.23 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could
not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/25/2007 11:10:18.43 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could
not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/25/2007 10:20:02.55 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could
not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/24/2007 23:50:41.30 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could
not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/20/2007 13:43:49.85 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail

BTW I wiped the config and the time is off now so ignore that.

What do you think is wrong? How can I procure? I thought about reloading the
image but can not use the ports to do a tftp. Can some one explain also how
to configure the management port on the back to do this if possible. I am a
Cisco person not extreme but I am learning.

Thanks in advanced!!!

--RootNet08


nsubugr at mtn

Aug 29, 2008, 2:22 AM

Post #3 of 6 (7943 views)
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Re: Summit 400-48t Port Problems [In reply to]

Hello,

Could you please get the info for that specific ports see if it passes the diagnostic, link state, tests? If you can please share the results.

e.g. sh ports 2 info detail

Secondly it might be a hardware problem which might have been triggered by the power!

From: extreme-nsp-bounces [at] puck [mailto:extreme-nsp-bounces [at] puck] On Behalf Of root net
Sent: Friday, August 29, 2008 7:09 AM
To: extreme-nsp [at] puck
Subject: [e-nsp] Summit 400-48t Port Problems

Hello,

I have checked the archives from 2003 to now and could not find this anywhere. Here is my problem:

I have a Extreme Summit 400-48t lost power for about 5-12 secs (UPS failure/problem) but powered back on after power was restored and none of the ports worked. I have an exact copy of this switch running as well and it fired back up without a problem unlike this one.

Here are sample logs:

09/26/2007 16:11:34.23 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/25/2007 11:10:18.43 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/25/2007 10:20:02.55 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/24/2007 23:50:41.30 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2 could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
09/20/2007 13:43:49.85 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail

BTW I wiped the config and the time is off now so ignore that.

What do you think is wrong? How can I procure? I thought about reloading the image but can not use the ports to do a tftp. Can some one explain also how to configure the management port on the back to do this if possible. I am a Cisco person not extreme but I am learning.

Thanks in advanced!!!

--RootNet08


rootnet08 at gmail

Aug 29, 2008, 2:36 PM

Post #4 of 6 (7956 views)
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Re: Summit 400-48t Port Problems [In reply to]

Roger:

Thanks I was looking in the command guide did not think about the userguide.

RootNet08

On Fri, Aug 29, 2008 at 2:14 AM, Roger Wiklund <roger.wiklund [at] gmail>wrote:

> The VLAN mgmt comes pre configured with only the 10/100 UTP management port
> as a member.
>
> Just config an IP address on that VLAN and connect your pc to it.
>
> I would try to run an extended diagnostics, maybe try to upgrade to the
> latest EW image.
>
> Check out the Extremeware documents here:
> http://www.extremenetworks.com/services/software-userguide.aspx
>
> But chances are that the switch has been damaged.
>
> Regards
>
> Roger
>
>
>
>
> On 8/29/08, root net <rootnet08 [at] gmail> wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I have checked the archives from 2003 to now and could not find this
>> anywhere. Here is my problem:
>>
>> I have a Extreme Summit 400-48t lost power for about 5-12 secs (UPS
>> failure/problem) but powered back on after power was restored and none of
>> the ports worked. I have an exact copy of this switch running as well and
>> it fired back up without a problem unlike this one.
>>
>> Here are sample logs:
>>
>> 09/26/2007 16:11:34.23 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
>> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
>> 09/25/2007 11:10:18.43 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
>> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
>> 09/25/2007 10:20:02.55 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
>> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
>> 09/24/2007 23:50:41.30 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
>> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
>> 09/20/2007 13:43:49.85 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail
>>
>> BTW I wiped the config and the time is off now so ignore that.
>>
>> What do you think is wrong? How can I procure? I thought about reloading
>> the image but can not use the ports to do a tftp. Can some one explain also
>> how to configure the management port on the back to do this if possible. I
>> am a Cisco person not extreme but I am learning.
>>
>> Thanks in advanced!!!
>>
>> --RootNet08
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> extreme-nsp mailing list
>> extreme-nsp [at] puck
>> https://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo/extreme-nsp
>>
>
>


rootnet08 at gmail

Aug 29, 2008, 2:39 PM

Post #5 of 6 (7936 views)
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Re: Summit 400-48t Port Problems [In reply to]

I ran a 'run diag extended' everything passed see output:

* Summit400-48t:8 # run diag extended

Running Extended diagnostics will reset the switch and disrupt network
traffic.

Are you sure you want to continue? yes/no yes
The configuration database has been changed (primary configuration is
selected).
Do you wish to save these changes (yes, no, or cancel) yes
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>!.!.!System will reset in 2 seconds



Power On Self Test ... OK

Boot Module, Jul 19 2004 v4.9
=============================
Memory Size: 256 MB


Press spacebar during powercycle for boot menu

Decompressing primary image from flash to ram
....................................+..................................
.................................................................!


Starting Summit400 extended diagnostic test...
Start cpu diagnostic test... ... ... ... ... ... ..... ... ....PASSED
Start switch ASIC diagnostic test... ..... ..... .....PASSED

CPU Loopback Test
Device.............................................................................................
......0(13).....1(13).....2(13).....3(13).....PASSED
Port 1000BaseT MAC loopback test...
.................................................................................
...............1....................2....................3....................4....................5.................
...6....................7....................8....................9....................10....................11......
..............12....................13....................14....................15....................16.............
.......17....................18....................19....................20....................21....................
22....................23....................24....................25....................26....................27.....
...............28....................29....................30....................31....................32............
........33....................34....................35....................36....................37...................
.38....................39....................40....................41....................42....................43....
................44....................45....................46....................47....................48...........
.........PASSED
Port 10BaseT PHY loopback test...
...................................................................................
.............1.....2.....3.....4.....5.....6.....7.....8.....9.....10.....11.....12.....13.....14.....15.....16.....1
7.....18.....19.....20.....21.....22.....23.....24.....25.....26.....27.....28.....29.....30.....31.....32.....33....
.34.....35.....36.....37.....38.....39.....40.....41.....42.....43.....44.....45.....46.....47.....48.....PASSED
Port 100BaseT PHY loopback test...
..................................................................................
..............1.....2.....3.....4.....5.....6.....7.....8.....9.....10.....11.....12.....13.....14.....15.....16.....
17.....18.....19.....20.....21.....22.....23.....24.....25.....26.....27.....28.....29.....30.....31.....32.....33...
..34.....35.....36.....37.....38.....39.....40.....41.....42.....43.....44.....45.....46.....47.....48.....PASSED
Port 1000BaseT PHY loopback test...
.................................................................................
...............1.....2.....3.....4.....5.....6.....7.....8.....9.....10.....11.....12.....13.....14.....15.....16....
.17.....18.....19.....20.....21.....22.....23.....24.....25.....26.....27.....28.....29.....30.....31.....32.....33..
...34.....35.....36.....37.....38.....39.....40.....41.....42.....43.....44.....45.....46.....47.....48.....PASSED
Internal HiGig Port Link Test Device... 0...1...2...3...PASSED



Power On Self Test ... OK

Boot Module, Jul 19 2004 v4.9
=============================
Memory Size: 256 MB


Press spacebar during powercycle for boot menu

Decompressing primary image from flash to ram
....................................+..................................
.................................................................!


Extremeware
Copyright (C) 1996-2004 Extreme Networks. All rights reserved.
===============================================================

Version 7.3e.0.43 [non-ssh] by Release_Master on 09/17/04 00:46:11
System Serial Number: xxxxxxxx
Memory Size: 268435456 (256MB)!
login:

RootNet08

On Fri, Aug 29, 2008 at 4:08 AM, Fabian <fabian.extr [at] gmail> wrote:

> Hi,
>
>
>
> You have to configure an ip@ to the MGMT VLAN (that have 1 unique port :
> the management outband port) :
>
> Configure mgmt ipaddress x.x.x.x/x
>
>
>
> I would suggest to run a diag on your switch to verify that there is
> nothing wrong with the hardware after the power failure.
>
>
>
> Regards.
>
>
>
> *From:* extreme-nsp-bounces [at] puck [mailto:
> extreme-nsp-bounces [at] puck] *On Behalf Of *root net
> *Sent:* vendredi 29 août 2008 06:09
> *To:* extreme-nsp [at] puck
> *Subject:* [e-nsp] Summit 400-48t Port Problems
>
>
>
> Hello,
>
> I have checked the archives from 2003 to now and could not find this
> anywhere. Here is my problem:
>
> I have a Extreme Summit 400-48t lost power for about 5-12 secs (UPS
> failure/problem) but powered back on after power was restored and none of
> the ports worked. I have an exact copy of this switch running as well and
> it fired back up without a problem unlike this one.
>
> Here are sample logs:
>
> 09/26/2007 16:11:34.23 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
> 09/25/2007 11:10:18.43 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
> 09/25/2007 10:20:02.55 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
> 09/24/2007 23:50:41.30 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
> 09/20/2007 13:43:49.85 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail
>
> BTW I wiped the config and the time is off now so ignore that.
>
> What do you think is wrong? How can I procure? I thought about reloading
> the image but can not use the ports to do a tftp. Can some one explain also
> how to configure the management port on the back to do this if possible. I
> am a Cisco person not extreme but I am learning.
>
> Thanks in advanced!!!
>
> --RootNet08
>


rootnet08 at gmail

Aug 30, 2008, 11:33 PM

Post #6 of 6 (7943 views)
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Re: Summit 400-48t Port Problems [In reply to]

Hello All,

After doing some research and speaking to an Extreme tech I believe the
switch is SOL. I have read the command/software guide and found that with
Extreme you can only download an image and unfortunately our switch fell off
support in December in 2007 which I had no idea (I am the new guy). I am a
Cisco guy and now I must learn Extreme which does not seem to be that hard
since I have done some research. I am awaiting a price to bring the
switches back under contract and if so will not let this happen again. Also
I have corrected the power problem so we will be "A" ok. I appreciate the
help of all those who responded on this list. Thanks so much.

RootNet08

On Fri, Aug 29, 2008 at 4:43 PM, root net <rootnet08 [at] gmail> wrote:

> No that's the strange deal now all errors have stoped not communication at
> all so I believe it's the software image but how can I upload the image from
> the other switch to a tftp server and download to this switch? I have read
> the docs they only discuss upload a configuration file which is useless at
> this point.
>
> RootNet08
>
>
> On Fri, Aug 29, 2008 at 10:00 AM, Aaron Wendel <
> aaron [at] wholesaleinternet> wrote:
>
>> If you look at your port errors are you getting any on the other ports?
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> *From:* extreme-nsp-bounces [at] puck [mailto:
>> extreme-nsp-bounces [at] puck] *On Behalf Of *root net
>> *Sent:* Thursday, August 28, 2008 11:09 PM
>> *To:* extreme-nsp [at] puck
>> *Subject:* [e-nsp] Summit 400-48t Port Problems
>>
>>
>>
>> Hello,
>>
>>
>> I have checked the archives from 2003 to now and could not find this
>> anywhere. Here is my problem:
>>
>> I have a Extreme Summit 400-48t lost power for about 5-12 secs (UPS
>> failure/problem) but powered back on after power was restored and none of
>> the ports worked. I have an exact copy of this switch running as well and
>> it fired back up without a problem unlike this one.
>>
>> Here are sample logs:
>>
>> 09/26/2007 16:11:34.23 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
>> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
>> 09/25/2007 11:10:18.43 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
>> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
>> 09/25/2007 10:20:02.55 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
>> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
>> 09/24/2007 23:50:41.30 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail> pdu received on port 2
>> could not be processed, checksum error on port 2
>> 09/20/2007 13:43:49.85 <Erro> <EDP.ProcPDUFail
>>
>> BTW I wiped the config and the time is off now so ignore that.
>>
>> What do you think is wrong? How can I procure? I thought about reloading
>> the image but can not use the ports to do a tftp. Can some one explain also
>> how to configure the management port on the back to do this if possible. I
>> am a Cisco person not extreme but I am learning.
>>
>> Thanks in advanced!!!
>>
>> --RootNet08
>>
>
>

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