This is a truly odd situation, I have a 2950 running IOS version 12.1(22)EA4 and I have set up probably hundreds of Layer 2 switches, and I set interface vlan to a static ip within 24 hours it changes itself to a dhcp ip address. I thought someone was messing with me at first so I locked it down hardcore but yet it still changes to dhcp. There are no funky service commands on the switch. Anybody got a clue on this one?
Unless you have some sort of dhcp setup on the switch I don't see how thats possible without intervention . If the switch was setup to pull it address from somewhere else and you had a link go down or soemthing it might pull another address . Maybe if you post the switch config .
Don't see anything there , don't see how it would be possible for it to change . How do you know it is changing ? Someone else would have to know the passwords and manually change it . I see you have "ip http server " enabled , if you don't need it get rid of it .
I have DHCP running on a 3560 and I can see that the IP it is getting is in the scope and bound to this switch. Very funky huh. I am going to upgrade the version of IOS and see if that fixes it. If not I am swapping that switch out. Thanks for sanity check.
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