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richsch1969
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Static IP address for Interface

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I'm setting up my first Netvanta 1560 series switch and still figuring out ASE. I have one question right now - with AOS, you can set a static address for a vlan interface and that would be the default.  With ASE, you can specify a static address but it will look to DHCP first to get an IP address and only use the static address if it fails to get get an address through DHCP. Is there any way to disable DHCP so it always uses the static address?

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olywrestle
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Re: Static IP address for Interface

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You can do the same in ASE.

CLI
!
interface vlan 99
ip address 192.168.99.7 255.255.255.0
!

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olywrestle
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Re: Static IP address for Interface

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You can do the same in ASE.

CLI
!
interface vlan 99
ip address 192.168.99.7 255.255.255.0
!

GUI attached

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richsch1969
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Re: Static IP address for Interface

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Ok, Thanks. I was taking the "Enable" checkbox to mean the interface was enabled/disabled, not just applying to DHCP.

olywrestle
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Re: Static IP address for Interface

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You are not alone in thinking that.

As an FYI, if you do enable DHCP on the interface vlan, and adjust the fallback timer, if DHCP fails in X seconds, it will apply the "static" address you input under IPv4.