If you are configuring a new switch stack and for some reason the slave unit keeps displaying THIS UNIT WILL BE SHUTDOWN, there is probably a stack configuration issue.
- Plug a console cable into switch
- Boot into the startup menu by pressing Enter/Return or ESC when the splash screen appears
- Select 5 – Stack Menu
- Select 2 – Set Unit Stack ID
- Set the ID to 0 or the actual stack number if its known. If you want to be safe, select 0.
- Back out of the menu and let the switch reboot.
If your iphone is unbearably slow on wifi, try upgrading your router to dd-wrt. I just did this upgrade with the Netgear WNDR3400 and the iphone is now acting like it has a proper wifi connection
snmpwalk -v 1 -On -c public 192.168.5.5
The key is the “-On”.
As far as I can tell, HP has decided to remove this useful information from the web interface so you have to break out your telnet skills in order to find the MAC Address.
1. Telnet <hostname or IP>
2. Type menu
The MAC address will be listed under JetDirect Telnet Configuration -> Hardware Address.
- Export wildcard pfx from Windows machine
- Download openssl for windows – http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/openssl.htm
- Copy wildcard pfx to machine where openssl was installed
- Run the following commands:
openssl.exe pkcs12 -in nameofwildcard.pfx -nocerts -out Keyname.pem
openssl.exe pkcs12 -in nameofwildcard.pfx -clcerts -nokeys -out Certname.pem
openssl.exe rsa -in Keyname.pem-out Keyname-nokey.pem
- Open up barracuda interface and go to Advanced – Secure Administration
- In the Trusted (Signed by a trusted CA) section, add Certname.pem into the Signed Certificate field and keyname-nokey.pem into the Private Key field.
- Click Upload.
- Change Certificate type to “Trusted (Signed by a trusted CA)”
- Save changes
Credit to Cycure for a well written openssl guide.