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gbic-invalid vs sfp-config-mismatch

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Hello, good evening to all, please I need your help, for the following clarification.
What is the difference of the following reasons errors: gbic-invalid vs sfp-config-mismatch cat6knative # show errdisable recovery ErrDisable Reason Timer Status ----------------- -------------- udld Enabled bpduguard Enabled security-violatio Enabled channel-misconfig Enabled pagp-flap Enabled sfp-config-mismatch dtp-flap Enabled link-flap Enabled l2guardguard Enabled psecure-violation Enabled gbic-invalid Enabled dhcp-rate-limit Enabled mac-limit Enabled unicast-flood Enabled arp-inspection Enabled
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Re: gbic-invalid vs sfp-config-mismatch

Hello,

 

gbic-invalid --> this means that the GBIC is not compatible with your hardware and/or software. You need to check the compatibility matrix for your device to find out which GBICs it supports. Cisco has a tool that helps with that (link below).

 

sfp-config-mismatch --> this means that there is a misconfiguration on either end of the link (e.g. media type), which can be resolved by using the correct configuration. 

 

Transceiver Module Group (TMG) Compatibility Matrix

 

https://tmgmatrix.cisco.com/home

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