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Cisco 2950 + HP DL320e G8 with Windows Server

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Hello,

We had a problem with our switch and after that some HP DL320e G8 with  Windows Servers installed began to have problems with Flapping. The problem is only with the ips configured in Windows Server,  the ips configured in iLO (same range and interface) do not present any problem.

P.D = The problem only occur in this server with Windows Server.

Does anyone know what can be?
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I remember I had the same type of problem, the server will lose connection until disable and re enable the network adapter via iLo.

I did update the firmware of the server which included driver update in the HP iso file.
and that fixed the problem
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