You guys probably are already aware of the fact that Extreme switches [Image: 18.104.22.168] gets rebooted after 497 days of uptime. Probably a get around for this problem is to upgrade the image. Is there any other solution [for example: manually change the uptime/boot-time so that it doesnt reach 497?] or any other way around to this problem without reboot?
Is there any way I could use vi editor to manually edit the boot time / up time?
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Hi Scott - There is a TINY little "slide switch" on the edge of an SD card that is quite easy to accidentally move. It's purpose is to keep important stuff from being accidentally erased. If you look in the image below, just to the left of the word "Extreme" you'll see the slide lock - it's small, in the "notch" to the left of Extreme. You'll also see that the word "Lock" is written vertically and points down (in this case) to indicate which way is locked. This disk is unlocked. Best wishes.
SD and SDHC cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card. If the switch is already in the proper position, slide it fully the other way and then back again.
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It sure sounds like the switch is not passing the DCHPDISCOVER packets through to the Apple Extreme.
Is the switch a NetGear Prosafe switch, or a GS608, or a different model?
If it's a managed switch (e.g. ProSafe) then you can connect to the switch's management UI and confirm that the default uplink port is set up for the port that connects to the Apple Extreme, and that it's set to forward DHCPDISCOVER packets to that port
If it's an unmanaged switch like the GS608, then it shouldn't matter which port you connect, but if your model has one port labeled "uplink" then you should be sure to use that port to connect to tha Apple Extreme.
One last thought -- have you replaced the cable that you're using between the switch and the Apple Extreme? You could test the network by first connecting your computer to the Extreme so it gets a valid lease, then unplug it and hook up the full network (computer -> switch -> Extreme) and see if you can still ping the router.
That's a bunch of thoughts, but may not be a solution yet. If these don't address the problem, post back with the model number of your Switch, and I'll go more in-depth.
Yes and no. The good thing is this will work the bad thing is the possible droping of the driver connection which rarely happens, but it is a possibility. Also if the cables use mechanical switching there are galvanic issues that may occur (and opto-isolated switch is better). However this will work. This the basic functionality of the KVM switch.