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View Logs - HP Router

I have a HP MSR30-10 A router at the edge of our network. The rest of our switches are HP, but it turns out the the HP router comes from the old 3Com world and speaks a different language from the ...
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HP MSR 30-10a Router - Route Traffic over Default Route

We have a brand new HP MSR 30-10a Router. We have a fairly simple routing situation - we have two IP blocks, one which has a route out. We need things on the first block to go through the router, and ...
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InterVLAN routing on a HP V1910 series switch

Recently bought a HP V1910-16G switch (former 3com 29хх) with IPv4 routing capabilities. After unpacking I did a firmware upgrade to the latest 5.20 Release 1513P06. I did set up additional VLANs (#2 ...
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If a managed network switch were to overheat, would you consider it no longer reliable?

Here is the scenario - I have a network switch, one of several in a stack. It's fan failed. Soon, there were reports of users with network issues. After quickly replacing the fan, the users ...
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3com SuperStack 3, is it possible to replace a unit with a newer 'hp' equivalent unit?

We have various super stack's, mostly 3com 4500 and some 5500 stacks. I know HP now owns this line, so I am hoping someone knows if it's possible to purchase a single HP 4500G for example and ...
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HP networking unstable over fiber connection

I have a 3com Baseline Switch 2928 that's connected over fiber to a 3com superstack 4500. The fiber is singlemode and has the suitable SFP modules on both switches. The switches (and connected ...