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BCM50 Expansion Cabinet

BCM50 Expansion Cabinet

BCM50 Expansion Cabinet

I was onsite yesterday and replaced a 50 and tried to minimize the downtime by copying and replacing the primary cabinet. The expansion cabinet was plugged in afterwards and today I found it's not being enabled by the main cabinet?? Do I have to reboot the main cabinet for it to be seen? I've tried disabling and re-enabling the expansion, but it just says enabling and the first port 501 says Unequipped and the 502-504 ports say disabled by user?? Reboot to fix it or is there some other way? I have to wait for a quiet time to reboot due to traffic at this time.

RE: BCM50 Expansion Cabinet

Expansion cab needs a keycode. You have to migrate the codes, a copy of the config is not good enough. There are people here who can do that for you.

Marv ccna

RE: BCM50 Expansion Cabinet

Yes a migration indeed, I think you still have my details if ever need.


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