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HP 2910al-48G PoE

Posted on 2014-12-10
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I have an HP 2910al-48G PoE switch that I am unable to telnet to, ping, or get to the web interface of. I'm not as familiar with these HP switches as I am with Cisco switches although I'm no expert in either.
This has worked up until about a week ago I noticed it I couldn't connect to it. It looks like it still passes traffic as nobody has complained about it and there are multiple things connected to it. Here is the config, can anyone see anything wrong or can someone tell me what needs to be done to fix this issue?

The uplink is port 48. It's uplinked from a Cisco Catalyst 3560

hostname "DC_IDF_SW4"
time timezone -6
module 1 type J9148A
ip default-gateway 10.10.x.x
vlan 1
   name "DEFAULT_VLAN"
   no untagged 1-48
   no ip address
   exit
vlan 31
   name "DC_OFFICE"
   untagged 1-24,37-47
   tagged 48
   no ip address
   exit
vlan 2
   name "Management_VLAN"
   untagged 48
   ip address 10.10.x.x 255.255.255.0
   exit
vlan 32
   name "DC_Factory_VLAN"
   untagged 25-36
   tagged 48
   no ip address
   exit
vlan 25
   name "Guest"
   tagged 48
   no ip address
   exit
vlan 30
   name "Voice"
   tagged 1-28,30-44,46,48
   no ip address
   exit
snmp-server community "public" unrestricted
snmp-server contact ""
spanning-tree
management-vlan 2
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What IP address are you using as the destination?  And what IP address are you trying to manage it from?
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A reboot of the switch fixed my issue.
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Reboot solved the issue I was having.
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