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Why the leds of serial and ethernet ports does not light up afer a restart?

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I have a cisco mc3810 router. After a restart, the leds of serial and ethernet ports does not light up. Only the ON led light up. The cables are connected. Why the leds does not light up?
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It sounds like the interfaces are probably down. Can you get console access? Or telnet to it?
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I don't console access or telnet. You mean that the interfaces are burned? and i need to replace them somehow??
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I don't have console access or telnet. You mean that the interfaces are burned down? and i need to replace them somehow??
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No, I meant that they are probably disabled in software. If they are shut down then you can't turn them on without some form of access to the router.
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Sorry, I'm a beginner. Didn't understand it. I don't have access on my router, console or telnet. Is there anything else I can do??
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