I've got a RealPresence Group 500 System, and I'd like to change some network settings. This works only as long as I am not rebooting the system. After rebooting, the system boots up with the old settings, and after logging in, it says "Last Login xx.xx.2018".
The Software-Version is Release - 6.1.2-380088
Do you have any idea, why it doesn't save settings after rebooting? It doesn't matter if I log in on the system itself or on the web-interface.
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Hi - The ONLY few times I have seen that
1. The MAC was reserved in DHCP with an IP
2. There is some provisioning imposing itsself
3. The IP you are trying to set statically is an invalid IP for the VLAN you are physically plugged into
4. You are tyring to set an IP static while NOT plugged into the network (meaning the GS cannot validate the setting by being plugged into the segment)
In my personal experience, all of there will cause the GS to default back to its last known good network config.
Best of luck, worst case scenario, default and zeroize that thing and start over
Thanks for your answers!
I am not trying to change the static IP Address of the device itself, but the DNS-server-addresses. I am only trying to replace the primary and secondary DNS-server addresses.
The device is plugged into the network and also reachable, I am trying to change the settings over the web-interface. But making the changes directly on the device doesn't work out anyway.
Maybe I do have to zeroize the whole system then..
If you are 100% certain the DNS server IPs you are using, are the correct ip's for the vlan I would try setting the VC to DHCP first and see what it grabs.