I have questions related to the Ethernet Management connection on the new generation (E-Series) of switches. Is this port able to use DHCP? Is it by default DHCP enabled? The reason I am asking, because it is more difficult to find terminal server devices and they are expensive to purchase. We need a solution that allow us to install a switch remotely and configure remotely without doing pre-setup work to get console/management communications.
I would like to use DHCP on the Ethernet Management connection. Has anyone tried to pre-setup the switch using Express Setup or something else to enalbe the port as DHCP. Then having a management environment with a DHCP pool configured to allow the the switch management port to get IP addresses, which can be looked up in the DHCP or ARP table. Using a remote transport, then access the device to the newly assigned DHCP address. This could be a telnet from the internal data network over a link between the management and data networks, or a remote VPN/dial-up type connection.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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