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NEXUS3524 - SFP validation failed

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Hi Experts,

on my CISCO NEXUS switch I want to put some modules in to connect to a 1G switch from HP.
The modules I have bought :

•      GLC-SX-MM
•      GLC-T

But when I put in one module, and I check the status of the interface I always see:
SFP Validation failed

I have checked the specs of the NEXUS3524 switch and they write this modules are supported.

Do you have any idea ?
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Check if interface and sfp speeds match. If not configure the correct speed.
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by:Eprs_Admin
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so you mean configure :

speed 1000
and no negotiage ?
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speed 1000
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