Hello,So I have a switch stack configuration using 2930m switches. Without going too much into the exact configuration, I am having a weird problem that I can't figure out and I am wondering if anyone is familiar with the following issue. The stack is located within our datacenter and can be accessed from any device inside the datacenter. As soon I attempt to access(ping) the stack outside of the datacenter, I can no longer see it. When I am outside of the datacenter, I am still within our private network (mpls). The stack is located on 10.100.1.0/24. Outside of the datacenter but still on our private network, I can ping all devices on the same subnet. The only device I cannot reach is the stack. On the subnet above, the stack is the only device using a LAG/LACP. So my thoughts are that maybe something with the LAG is causing me not to be able to see it outside of our datacenter.I come from a Cisco background but have been spending a lot of time learning HPE/Aruba products. Is this something I have to change in the LAG config to be able to access(ping)? Note: I thought maybe this could be a VLAN issue, I have verified it is not. I cannot ping any of the VLAN interfaces on the stack from outside of the datacenter whether tagged or untagged.
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