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Connection issues with Cisco switch after changing NIC card

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We have a Cisco Catalyst 3650X switch.

We replaced a NIC card on one of our servers and now we cannot get connected to the switch.

I see that there is an old MAC address associated with the port. I've tried deleting the dynamic port setting on the switch following commands from here: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/datacenter/nexus5000/sw/configuration/guide/cli/CLIConfigurationGuide/MACAddress.html#wp1129904

I've also, shutdown and then restarted the port (int gi0/9, shut, no shut) but this did not help.

We are getting lights on the switch and NIC card.

Your suggestions would be appreciated.
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by:NARANTHIRAN
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Hi,
   Did you try adding the new NIC card MAC address to the Cisco 3650X switch..
Or
Try reset(Factory Reset) the switch,if its eays to reconfigure it again..
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The problem was with the network adapter. Installed a new network adapter and it is working fine. There were no settings that needed to be changed on the switch.
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This is the solution that worked.
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