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  • 1.  Cannot access Web GUI

    Posted Mar 07, 2022 03:48 PM
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    Hi Guys, im new here so please forgive me if this is the wrong place to post.

    i am stuck with not being able to access web guides for an aruba switch.  i initially mucked up the Vlan settings which caused the problem, i thought id fixed it but alas cannot get web access (easier for me than putty etc)  Also - maybe coincidence this switch is the only one out of 4 that won't synch time

    i have 4 aruba's linked via fibre around the site.  Can anyone help me gain web access again please?  i have posted config below as this is usually what is requested.

    thanks in advance


    Pete The Tax


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  • 2.  RE: Cannot access Web GUI

    Posted Mar 08, 2022 04:48 AM
    Just to update - i found an issue with the vlanip - as config copied from other unit.  fixed this and i have access now.  but it is intermittent - the switch doesn't go offline but web access goes and my device monitor register it as offline (its not - router goes into this switch and there is no loss of internet) and i can ping)  i am also getting odd reports in event log about conflicting ip which appears to conflict with itself.  it also won't synch with time server still.

    IPv4: Duplicate IPv4 address is detected on port 47 in VLAN 1 with a MAC address of 64167f-c35f2e (11 times in 60 seconds)

    the mac address is address of switch??

    Pete The Tax

  • 3.  RE: Cannot access Web GUI

    Posted Apr 11, 2022 12:15 PM
    You would need to check what is behind port 47 with MAC address 64:16:7c:cd:5f:2e. That device is using the same IP If that mac address is the switch itself, it could be that you have create a loop in the network and traffic is coming back on interface 47.

    Herman Robers
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