Cisco SG300 series switches are capable of detecting CRC errors as can be seen in the interface counters.
But can they correct CRC errors and pass the frame along to the destination or the only way to deal with frames that have CRC errors is to drop them?
This question on StackOverflow explains that single-bit error correction with CRC is possible. Do Cisco switches employ this technique?
I noticed that replacing a non-managed industrial 5-port switch with a Cisco SG300-10 switch fixed sporadic connectivity loss errors between devices on that switch and devices plugged in to another switch.
At the same time the Cisco switch reports non-zero CRC & Align Errors for the uplink interface.
So, can SG300 series switches correct CRC errors?
I studied the Cisco SG300 series switches manual, but did not find an answer.