How to find out the Bad CP. CP0 is unreachable and we are suspecting might be faulty. Any commands or troubleshoot to confirm it.Local CP (Slot 7, CP1): Active, Warm RecoveredRemote CP (Slot 6, CP0): Standby, HealthyHA enabled, Heartbeat Up, HA State synchronized
As of now we are accessible mgmt ports VIa CP1.
Model: DCX 8510-8
CP in Slot 6 set to faulty because CP ERROR asserted. CP in slot 6 not faulty, CP ERROR deasserted.
slot 6 on DCX is the first CP left.
what say "slotshow" output ?
if the CP in slot 7 is Active and the switch is running, you can try with care to power off the Faulty CP and then power on, if the problem persist, i would suggest to open a case with Support
in the haShow output, which I assume is from the active CP (1) currently (?) you have
Local CP (Slot 7, CP1): Active, Warm RecoveredRemote CP (Slot 6, CP0): Standby, HealthyHA enabled, Heartbeat Up, HA State synchronized
this means that CP0 is active, and healthy. If you have seen the below sequence of errors
which typically happens when a CP is rebooted, I would say that you CP0 is running and healthy.
The CP errors was deasserted or negated.
Now, if you are not able to ping CP0, but CP1, then I would troubleshoot the connectivity of CP0, first.
We had the same issue.
We were using 100M network switches to manage brocade DCX which are 1GE management ports.
We changed setting on brocade directotr not to Auto-negotiate and the problem solved
Please find the below details:
Slot Blade Type ID Status----------------------------------- 1 SW BLADE 96 ENABLED 2 SW BLADE 96 ENABLED 3 SW BLADE 96 ENABLED 4 SW BLADE 96 ENABLED 5 CORE BLADE 98 ENABLED 6 CP BLADE 50 ENABLED 7 CP BLADE 50 ENABLED 8 CORE BLADE 98 ENABLED 9 SW BLADE 96 ENABLED 10 SW BLADE 96 ENABLED 11 SW BLADE 96 ENABLED 12 SW BLADE 96 ENABLED