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There are 4 SFP ports on the front of the switch. How do i get these to show up in software so that...
There are 4 SFP ports on the front of the switch. How do i get these to show up in software so that i can configure them.
Hi, 21 to 24 are dual personality, if there is a SFP it shows up in the "sh int brief", as...
21 to 24 are dual personality, if there is a SFP it shows up in the "sh int brief", as in your output.
But this SFPs must be supported to give you more information and 10G isn't supported, as these are only SFP and not SFP+ Ports!
This SFPs are supported:
HPE X111 100M SFP LC FX Transceiver J9054C
HPE X121 1G SFP LC SX Transceiver J4858C
HPE X121 1G SFP LC LX Transceiver J4859C
HPE X121 1G SFP LC LH Transceiver J4860C
HPE X121 1G SFP RJ45 T Transceiver J8177C
HPE X122 1G SFP LC BX-D Transceiver J9142B
HPE X122 1G SFP LC BX-U Transceiver J9143B
Hi, Yes, you can make a VSF stack using different 2930f models. http://h205...
Yes, you can make a VSF stack using different 2930f models.
The VSF feature allows the user to form a stack of up to four devices of any SKU, including mixing the SKUs in a single stack. The switches in these stacks are interconnected using standard Ethernet connections. These interconnections between member switches are called VSF links.
Is it just dhcp-relay that is not working, and have you tested the IP routing by configuring a clie...
Is it just dhcp-relay that is not working, and have you tested the IP routing by configuring a client with a static IP and default gateway to verify that IP routing is working? Do clients get an IP address?
One thing that I found is that on vlan 11:
vlan 11 name "SHIP NET" untagged 1-34,36-44,47-52 tagged 45-46 ip address 172.18.231.254 255.255.255.0 ip helper-address 172.18.231.20
You have an ip helper-address in the same subnet. This should not be done, as the DHCP server should respond directly in that subnet, not via an IP-helper.
If it is indeed just a DHCP issue (and removing the helper from vlan 11 does not resolve your issue), you can check the statistics from the dhcp-relay:
The 2610 is a pretty old switch, and firmware does not go beyond version 11, where 16 is the most r...
The 2610 is a pretty old switch, and firmware does not go beyond version 11, where 16 is the most recent.
Having said that, the fundament that ArubaOS switch firmware is built on, is the same. So basics will be similar. Modern mobility features are not available on the 2610. But VLAN, trunks, etc should work.
If you can get your hands on a 2930F 8 port switch (JL258A), that is pretty affordable and has all modern features available. It has probably everything that you need in a lab situation.
You can purge the event log with the following command: sw-workshop-01# clear logging sw...
You can purge the event log with the following command:
sw-workshop-01# clear logging sw-workshop-01# show logging Keys: W=Warning I=Information M=Major D=Debug E=Error ---- Event Log listing: Events Since Boot ---- I 08/23/17 10:18:20 00184 mgr: Log cleared as a result of 'clear logging' command ---- Bottom of Log : Events Listed = 1 ----
For a full factory reset, I would use the front-panel Clear-Reset buttons as described in the Installation and Getting Started Guide:
Restore the factory default configuration
1. Press Clear and Reset simultaneously.
2. While continuing to press Clear, release Reset.
3. When the Global Status LED begins to fast flash orange (after approximately 5 seconds), release Clear.
Restoring to factory default :
Interrupts the switch operation momentarily
Clears any passwords
Clears the console event log
Resets the network counters to zero
Performs a complete self test
Reboots the switch into its factory default configuration including deleting the IP address, if one is configured.