I have a little problem with my HP 6125G Blade Switch. Just to precise, I don't understand much IRF configuration.
So i have a hp C7000 blade systems, with embeded blade switches (4). The switches are configured as an IRF stack. 2 servers and some blades are plugged on the switches (and a disk bay), all in a single VLAN.
My problem is : On my server, "someone" is sending a DHCPDISCOVER request each 7 seconds (~). Since the address MAC is mentionned in the /var/log/messages, I know it does not come from any machine (neither server nor blades), and not from the disk bay. So it remains my IRF switches stack : when i do an arp on the management switch address, i see an @MAC that looks like a lot to the @MAC i'm looking for ; if the 4 members have almost similar @MAC, I would suspect one of them to be culprit (and because I don't have any others hardware)
My question is : When connected via SSH on the switch stack, how can I check the @MAC of each member ? I looked the configuration, as far as I understand (very far) all I can see related to mac address is the option irf mac-address persistent timer
Sorry if I don't use the correct terms, any answer/advice/explanation is welcome