Orange flashing light after changing module on 5400R zl2

Plug in the old module again then follow process below –¬†

  1. Issue the ‘no module x’ command, where x is the letter of the slot (A through L).
    The following warning will be displayed:
    This command will shut down the specified modules and remove all configuration settings for those modules and their ports. Any management traffic for the switch passing through the affected modules will be interrupted, including SSH, TELNET, and SNMP. It may take up to 2 minutes to complete this operation.
    Continue (y/n)?
  2. Enter ‘y’ to proceed with the swap. It may take a few seconds for the module to shut down and be removed from the config. Use the “show module”¬†command to make sure the OS has removed it.
  3. Remove the existing module from the slot.
  4. Insert the new module into the same slot.
  5. 5. Issue the ‘reload module x’ command, where x is the letter of the slot (A through L).
    The following warning will be displayed:
    The ‘reload module’ command will shut down the specified modules and ports on those modules will not send or receive packets while the module is down. Any management traffic for the switch passing through the affected modules will be interrupted, including SSH, TELNET, and SNMP. It may take up to 2 minutes to completely reload the modules. During that time, you can monitor progress by viewing the event log.
    Continue (y/n)?
  6. Enter ‘y’ to proceed with the swap. It will again take a few seconds for the module to become operational.

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