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Aruba S1500-24P

Hello,

 

I do not know if this is the correct thread but I can't seem to find one dedicated to switch configuration.   My story goes like this.  My pastor purchased three HP Aruba S1500-24P Mobilty Access Switches.  This switches are intended for a standalone environment.  We can configure the switches just fine but when the switches reboot, it looses all of its settings and goes back to initial settings.  I have searched for a while now but I cannot find a solution.  My thought is that these switches require a Aruba-Central to work and pull their config.  Can I get this switches to save their configs and work as a standalone switch?

 

I have attached the initial running and startup configs.

 

Thank you,

Brad Foreman

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Re: Aruba S1500-24P

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Re: Aruba S1500-24P

Hello,

 

Yes, I have tried write memory.   It tells it is successful.

 

(ForemanSwitch) (config) # enable secret
Password:*********
Re-Type password:*********
(ForemanSwitch) (config) #write mem
Saving Configuration...

Save failed: Admin password same as default password
Use "mgmt-user admin" command in configuration mode to change the admin password.


(ForemanSwitch) (config) #mgmt-user admin
% Incomplete command.

(ForemanSwitch) (config) #mgmt-user admin ?
<rolename>              Role name from one of the following:
                        root - super user role
                        guest-provisioning - guest provisioning role
                        network-operations - Network operator role
                        read-only - Read only role
                        location-api-mgmt - Location API Management Role

(ForemanSwitch) (config) #mgmt-user admin root
Password:*********
Re-Type password:*********
(ForemanSwitch) (config) #write mem
Saving Configuration...


Configuration Saved.

(ForemanSwitch) (config) #

 

But when I restart, it nevers saves it.

 

Thanks,

Brad

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