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VSS Query

asim.siddiqui
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Respected Seniors,

 

Good day, how are you? Could you please guide me regarding the VSS.

 

We have two Cisco 6807 as VSS with QUAD_SUP6T connected like

1/3/9 -> 2/3/9

1/3/10 -> 2/3/10

1/4/9 -> 2/4/9

1/4/10 -> 2/4/10

 

LED Status of Switch 1, SUP module 1: Status, System, Active and Power Mgmt LED (all) are Green -> Primary Active SUP.
LED Status of Switch 1, SUP module 2: Status, System, Power Mgmt LED are Green and Active LED is Orange -> Secondary SUP.
LED Status of Switch 2, SUP module 1: Status, System, Power Mgmt LED are Green and Active LED is Orange -> Tertiary SUP.
LED Status of Switch 2, SUP module 2: Status, System, Active and Power Mgmt LED (all) are Red-> Why this SUP is not active?


Below is the configuration for your review:

 

VSS Configuration:
switch virtual domain 100
switch mode virtual
switch 1 priority 200


Port Channels:
interface Port-channel100
no switchport
no ip address
no platform qos channel-consistency
switch virtual link 2

 

interface Port-channel101
no switchport
no ip address
no platform qos channel-consistency
switch virtual link 1


Port Channel Interfaces:
interface FortyGigabitEthernet1/3/9
no switchport
no ip address
no cdp enable
channel-group 101 mode on
!
interface FortyGigabitEthernet1/3/10
no switchport
no ip address
no cdp enable
channel-group 101 mode on
!
interface FortyGigabitEthernet2/3/9
no switchport
no ip address
no cdp enable
channel-group 100 mode on
!
interface FortyGigabitEthernet2/3/10
no switchport
no ip address
no cdp enable
channel-group 100 mode on
!
interface FortyGigabitEthernet1/4/9
no switchport
no ip address
no cdp enable
channel-group 101 mode on
!
interface FortyGigabitEthernet1/4/10
no switchport
no ip address
no cdp enable
channel-group 101 mode on
!
interface FortyGigabitEthernet2/4/9
no switchport
no ip address
no cdp enable
channel-group 100 mode on
!
interface FortyGigabitEthernet2/4/10
no switchport
no ip address
no cdp enable
channel-group 100 mode on


Fast Hello Configuration:

interface TenGigabitEthernet1/1/32
no switchport
no ip address
no cdp enable
dual-active fast-hello

 

interface TenGigabitEthernet2/1/32
no switchport
no ip address
no cdp enable
dual-active fast-hello

 

I have a query that why the switch 2, second module led's are red? Is there any configuration required for the second switch SUP module 2 as Quaternary?

 

We have rebooted the Primary switch and the VSS has successfully shifted to the Secondry core. Now the issue is current core switch primary SUP is active and the secondary SUP all LED are red (previously this was 4th sup now its second sup of primary switch). VSS secondary switch both sup are active (It looks to me that when the current primary switch SUP 1 will go down the 2nd sup will not be active and the secondary core switch will take over the role as a primary because both the SUP in the secondary switch are in active state).


I hope you will guide me in this regard,


Best Regards,


Asim Siddiqui

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Silverymoon
Beginner
Beginner
Supervisor Engine 2T Front Panel Status LEDs

LED

Color and Meaning

STATUS

The STATUS LED indicates the status of the supervisor engine.
  • Green—All diagnostics pass. The supervisor engine is operational (normal initialization sequence).

     

  • Orange—The supervisor engine is booting or running diagnostics (normal initialization sequence) or an over-temperature condition has occurred. (A minor temperature threshold has been exceeded during environmental monitoring.)

     

  • Red—The diagnostic test failed. The supervisor engine is not operational because a fault occurred during the initialization sequence or an over-temperature condition has occurred. (A major temperature threshold has been exceeded during environmental monitoring.)

     

ID

A blue LED that flashes at half-second intervals is used to identify the supervisor engine for servicing purposes.

SYSTEM

The SYSTEM LED indicates the status of the system components.
  • Green—All chassis environmental monitors are reporting OK.

     

  • Orange—A minor hardware problem has been detected.

     

  • Red—A major hardware problem has occurred.

     

ACTIVE

The ACTIVE LED indicates whether the supervisor engine is operating in active mode or is in standby mode.
  • Green—The supervisor engine is operational and active.

     

  • Orange—The supervisor engine is in standby mode.

     

PWR MGMT

The supervisor engine monitors each module’s power requirements and status relative to the system’s overall power capacity before fully powering up each module in the chassis.
  • Orange—Power-up mode; running self-diagnostics.

     

  • Green—Power management is functioning normally and sufficient power is available for all modules.

     

  • Orange—A minor power management problem has been detected. There is insufficient power for all modules to power up.

     

  • Red—A major power failure has occurred.

     

DISK 0

This LED is illuminated green when the installed Flash PC card is being accessed and is performing either a read operation or a write operation.

LINK (SFP UPLINK)

Each of the three SFP uplink ports has a LINK LED associated with it. The LINK LED indicates the link status of the corresponding port.
  • Green—The port is active (the link is connected and operational).

     

  • Flashing orange—The port failed diagnostics and is disabled.

     

  • Orange—The port is disabled.

     

  • Red—The supervisor engine is resetting; an over-temperature condition has occurred.
    Note   

    If the supervisor engine fails to download code and configuration information successfully during the initial reset, the LED stays red; the supervisor engine does not come online.

  • Off—The port is not active or the link is not connected.

     

MANAGEMENT port

The 10/100/1000 management port has an green LED associated with it.
  • Green—The port is active (the link is connected and operational).

     

  • Off—The port is not active or the link is not connected.

     

LINK (10GE UPLINK)

Each of the two 10GE uplink ports have a link LED associated with it.
  • Green—The port is active (the link is connected and operational).

     

  • Flashing orange—The port failed diagnostics and is disabled.

     

  • Orange—The port is disabled.

     

  • Red—The supervisor engine is resetting; an over-temperature condition has occurred.
    Note   

    If the supervisor engine fails to download code and configuration information successfully during the initial reset, the LED stays red; the supervisor engine does not come online.

  • Off—The port is not active or the link is not connected.

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/catalyst6807xl/hardware/installation/guide/b_c6807xl_hig/b_c6807xl_hig_chapter_01010.html#concept_37FA1FBB48E048778607E571668F0B9A

 

 

show module to see if its listed as unknown. https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/thread/73753

Try this maybe if you can, https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/switches/catalyst-6500-series-switches/24053-193.html#subtopic2a

 

show diagnostics module {1 | 2}

show environment status and show environment temperature commands in order to check the outputs related to environment conditions and look for any other failed components.

 

 

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