I'm configuring a NetVanta 1544 switch and I have three ports/interfaces that don't seem to point to the VLAN to which they're assigned. Here's what I've done so far:
1. Copied the configuration from an identical switch (Switch 1)
2. Imported the config into the Switch 2
3. Changed the switch name and management IP address via Console
4. Changed the VLAN on ports 15-18
Port 18 works fine, but 15-17 do not. They cannot ping the gateway and if we turn on DHCP, they receive addresses from another VLAN.
How can I force these ports to use the VLAN I've assigned them?
Thank you for asking this question in the support community forum. When DHCP is turned on, do they receive an address in the native VLAN? If so, it may be that these ports are configured for trunk ports instead of VLAN access ports. If you would like to reply to this post and attach a copy of the current configuration (please, remember to remove any sensitive information), I will be happy to review it for you.
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