Wireless Networks Thread, Switch stack reverted to old IP. in Technical; Yes that is correct...
8th March 2010, 12:52 PM #16
8th March 2010, 04:47 PM #17
- Rep Power
Right, they're all done.
I've saved the config, but haven't restarted the switches yet, and i'm in no rush to do so either to be honest.
All three switches had no DNS settings or if they did, they were wrong, so that can't be helping at all!
I'll only know by this time tomorrow if it was the cause to our huge performance issues.
Whether it was or not, it still needed to be done.
Thanks for everyone's help, much appreciated.
8th March 2010, 05:01 PM #18
If you're unsure, I would suggest restarting the switches just to ensure you've saved the config properly. Preferrably do it in the evening when there are fewer users. It's just that if you haven't properly saved the config it would be better to know that now than in a few weeks or months, when they next power down.
8th March 2010, 05:07 PM #19
- Rep Power
Yeah, that's the reason i wanted to get them out of the way. My boss also asked me to try and prevent a restart. However, i can't get access to the building for the main stack at this time, thanks to poxy politics from people who haven't got a clue.
Can i reboot them from within CNA?
10th March 2010, 03:18 PM #20
Sorry, don't know (I don't use CNA), but if you telnet in, you can use the reload command.
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