I have the above connected to another switch which runs across a 100mb LAN to another switch.
The 100mb LAN switches have been set-up on 100mb full duplex (of so I am told).
I have set up my 2960 with 100mb full duplex and am experiencing the following statistics on the port:
Gi0/3 1090434 5363 30445 29962 0 126 7591 7591
Note the 29962 is FCS errors.
I am no expert, but would hope that someone out there could advise on a fault finding solution etc?
FCS: FCS error count is the number of frames that were transmitted or received with a bad
checksum (CRC value) in the Ethernet frame. These frames are dropped and not propagated
onto other ports.
FCS: These are the result of collisions at half-duplex, duplex mismatch, bad hardware
(NIC, cable, or port), or a connected device generating frames with bad FCS.
Have you tried moving this connection to another Port to see if the problem follows the
If you do move the connection and the problem follows the move this indicates the problem
is the switch.
If you move the connection to another Port and all works well then thisindicates an issue
with the Port on that line card.
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clear also the counters to be sure that you are not reading old statistics.
I had an issue with an 2924XL switch and after I did an IOS upgrade to the latest version, everything worked better. May this could also help you.
Thanks, I have moved the port, but the issue is still there.
I have reset the new port to auto-negotiate and errors are still happening, although I am not getting an error on the link message anymore.
Any further advice?
issue the command #show cdp nei details on your switch.
This should telle you the speed and duplex setup on the remote switch as well as on your switch (the one you have been told).
Then match the speed and duplex settings on your switch. If your speed and duplex are configured then you must match them the same on both ends, but if they are set to auto, then match auto on both sides.
If you still get the errors then change the cable which links both switches.
I had the same issue on my Catalyst 2960 with switch port fa0/24 which was connected to a WRT54G wireless router running DD-WRT v24-sp2 VPN.
I ran the following commands and resolved my issue.
Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.
I tested my cable and that tested good so the issue ended up just being the auto setting on the 2960.