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Errors on interfaces even if they are disabled or unused

Kirk
Beginner
Beginner

I have two stacked 3650s that seem to be getting a good number of errors.  Some interfaces its input errors some its output errors.  What bothers me most is some of the interfaces have nothing plugged into  them and some are disabled. 

 

This is just baffling. I would think that an interface that has nothing plugged into it and is administratively down shouldn't be getting errors every few min.

 

Has anyone seen this before?  Do you have any suggestions?

 

Thanks,

Kirk

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Mark Malone
Mentor
Mentor
Hi
whats your ios-xe version , if a port is accumulating errors without anything even connected I would think its some form of software bug , I have 36s and 38s and 3.6.6 is a very stable image its recommended by cisco currently for those platforms and we ran it through mcafee vulnerability scanner and its good , it may be worth looking at an upgrade to see if it resolves the issue or downgrade depending on what your running

03.06.06E

 

I did see that there was a new release out for these.  I plan on installing it this weekend.

I would go for one with the star beside it there should be a couple of options 3.6.6 will be one , going for the latest release could land you with unknown bugs as there only released , the caveat section in release notes gets updated as more bugs are found , the star versions are recommended as stable releases

So I didn't upgrade because I am already at the preferred release.  I guess I'll keep looking.

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