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H3C S5120 devices cannot ping through the switch

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I have a H3C S5120 that was working fine up until yesterday afternoon.

Traffic does not seem to flow between ports.

I have my laptop connected to port 30 and I cannot ping the IP through the console.

There are 2 VLANs configured.  VLAN1 Interface IP 10.1.10.254  and VLAN2 Interface IP 10.0.0.1.  Through the console, I can ping both of these interfaces.

all ports are configured to permit both vlans.

DHCP does pass though.  I have a HP MSM710 Mobility Controller serving as a DHCP server and I do receive an IP when configured for auto but cannot ping the DHCP server after receiving my address.

Please help!!!!
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by:TimotiSt
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What was the last thing you configured on it?

If it stopped working with no changes to the network, it might be a firmware issue (reboot, possibly upgrade).
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Ended up being a loop.  Somone patched a switch in twice to the main switch.
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by:williamkbassett
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I figured it out myself.  Thanks to all who may have read this question.
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