01-27-2015 11:16 AM
I have an Aruba 7210 Controller with two 10Gig GBICs connecting to a switch in an LACP trunk. Everything works great until I reboot the controller. Then I lose all connectivity to the controller (can't ping it's mgmt IP, can't access web gui, etc) until I physically re-seat the GBIC's in the Aruba controller. The GBICs are HP J9150A. Everything works fine after re-seating the GBICs and the problem only crops up when the controller is rebooted... Aruba Support has upgraded the ArubaOS but that hasn't helped. My switch says the links is up/up and not blocked by spanning tree....the Aruba controller GUI shows the port as having an admin statis of Up but an operational status of Down. Aruba support has worked on this problem extensively and has no fix for the issue.....anyone have any experience with this? I have tried swapping GBICs and cables but the problem persists...
01-27-2015 11:18 AM
01-27-2015 11:22 AM - edited 01-27-2015 11:25 AM
Thanks for your prompt response.
Before I re-seat the GBIC it says:
Transceiver not detected on port 0/0/2
After I re-seat the GBIC (and ping starts working and everything is fine) it says:
Module is SFP/SFP+
Manufacturer : FINISAR CORP.
Part Number : FTSX8573D3BCL-PR, rev: A
S/N : xxx
Date Code : 140703 Lot:
Optional Signals : LOS, Tx Fault, Tx Disable
Supported Modes : 10GBASE-SR, LC Connector
Wavelength : 850 nm
01-27-2015 11:28 AM
01-27-2015 12:04 PM
I would reach out to your Aruba account team to acquire an Aruba approved SFP to see if the problem persists.
@User284882, for reference, supported transceivers can be found here:
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