I have problems with Switch Meraki MS225 and MS410
My Network using MS410 is core switch and using MS225 is access switch connect across buildings with fiber optic cables. The Problem is port on MS410 used connect with MS225 is alert "Very high proportion of CRC errors Meraki Switch" on this port. Then port MS410 is disconnect to MS225 and MS225 light status change from white light to orange light.
Anybody have any experience troubleshooting CRC error issues.
Thank you very much
As @NolanHerring said. Likely a bad or dirty SFP, bad or dirty fiber or an overly bent fiber patch cable (they have a maximum bend radius).
Could also be a mismatch somewhere. Make sure that all equipment on that path is spec'd identically. I.e. if you're using multimode OM4, make sure the SFPs are multimode on both ends and make sure that the patch cable is multimode (ideally OM4) too. Similarly if you're using single mode, everything should be single mode. In your case it's the latter so everything should be single mode.
Lastly, it could also be that you're near or over the max distance for that cable/speed. Take a look at the distances mentioned here:
What grade of fibre is using used between the buildings? E,g. OS1, OS2, OM3, etc. What colour jacket is on the fibre?
Also is this newly installed fibre, or has the fibre been installed been in for a while and used with other switches?
I recommend cleaning the SFP's and fiber connections with one of these before you get too technical with the troubleshooting.
I have seen this issue multiple times now after reboots. Whether it be a reboot after a firmware upgrade or a power outage. Once it comes back up, the module ports will give that alert. The first time I swapped the cable and figured it was hardware. The next time I swapped two twinax cables, but thought it was odd that two would go out at the same time. Since then I've noticed that the issue does only come up for us after power cycles. Power cycling the port or re-seating the fiber cable usually does the trick.
Aside from @nakarin , is anyone else noticing the same?
FORGOT TO MENTION: This actually happened to us this morning after the power in the building was being worked on and caused the switches to go down.
I had this issue with a MS320, and eventually the SFP ports failed. I only discovered it due to power outages during a construction phase, and then some extensive troubleshooting.