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HP STORAGEWORKS SAN SWITCH 2/16V SWITCH 356373-001 - http management

Posted on 2012-03-17
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Hi,

Anybody knows how to manage HP STORAGEWORKS SAN SWITCH 2/16V SWITCH 356373-001 using http?  I setup the IP address, but I couldn't browse using that IP address
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I don't have a manual on it, but many switches have not only an IP number but either do shttp and/or a port number, i.e,
shttp://xx.xx.xx.xx:yyyy , instead of plain http://xx.xx.xx.xx
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I  tried already, but not working. Do I need to start any  process?
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There is going to be a factory reset button .. somewhere, there always is.  Read up on the default IP/port number first, then go to factory.  Most likely you are using the wrong IP number.  (I assume you checked cabling first)
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