To my surprise I see several ports on my 4948 switch to be 10 mbit when I select the properties of those ports in the front panel view. "sh int stat" gives me the correct values. At the configure part of CNA, at port settings, all ports are on auto speed. Is this a bug in Cisco Network Assistant? Upgraded to 5.3 but still the same.
could you provide a snmpwalk on the ifTable (.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168) of the device along with the output of 'sh inter status'. I assume it is failure of the SNMP agent on the device
Erm, snmp is not enabled on this switch, but it still should work right? "sh int status" shows a speed of a-1000 on a particular port while in the CNA GUI it shows 10 on the same port.
There are two tabs in CNA port settings GUI - can you check the runtime status tab and see if that value matches what you see in show int status ? It might be the case that depending on the physical media used or settings on remote end device the configured value is not the same as actual runtime speed possible for that port ?