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Cisco SG500X not listing and detecting SFP port 3 and 4

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Hi Guys,

We have bought a Cisco small business SG500X and its working great, but we have a question regarding its 3rd and 4th port (SFP) that are not working as the others.

If you do a "show running-config" or "show interfaces" these ports are not listed. I have tried to put a gbic on those ports, and I can see that its up from the switch, but if I do,
"show interfaces status TengigabitEthernet 1/1/3" it says its not present,

br-spo-cbo-acc14#show interfaces status TengigabitEthernet 1/1/3
Flow Link Back Mdix
Port Type Duplex Speed Neg ctrl State Pressure Mode
-------- ------------ ------ ----- -------- ---- ----------- -------- -------
te1/1/3 -- -- -- -- -- Not Present -- --

Anyone have an idea if I need to enable anything on the switch configuration to be able to use those ports ?

Thanks.
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Question by:maxihost
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by:giltjr
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Which gbic did you put in?

Are the other 10 Gig ports working?

Any errors in the log?
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by:Craig Beck
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Can you post show ver and show inventory while the SFP is inserted?
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by:maxihost
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giltjr: is a LX gbic,  it's work in another Sg switch.

craigbeck:

show ver
br-spo-cbo-acc14#show ver

       Unit             SW version         Boot version         HW version
------------------- ------------------- ------------------- -------------------
         1               1.2.0.97            1.2.0.12               V01

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In this switch haven't show inventory but with web gui management i can't see XG3 and XG4 (TenGigabit interface)... I think this XG3/4 are to Stacking ports, aren't ?
Check out the image: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tchhbg9gqb48bwo/sg500xed.png
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We had to enable that interface.
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by:maxihost
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Found my own solution.
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