Permanently Delete Files On HP Switches

The delete file command moves a file to the recycle bin. To restore the file, use the undelete command. If you delete two files with the same file name in different directories, only the last one is retained in the recycle bin. The dir /all command displays the files moved to the recycle bin. These files are Read more about Permanently Delete Files On HP Switches[…]

HPE 5920 Configure Web Access (Quick access)

Firstly enable the web interface <hpe>ip http enable <hpe>save Now we will enable telnet access <hpe>system-view <hpe>telnet server enable <hpe>User-interface vty 0 <hpe>authentication-mode none <hpe>user-role network-admin Set up IP address for Ethernet management interface <hpe>system-view <hpe>interface M_GigabitEthernet0/0/0 ip address <IP> <SUBNET> <hpe>save Setup a user for the web interface <hpe>local-user [USER] <hpe>service-type telnet http https Read more about HPE 5920 Configure Web Access (Quick access)[…]

HPE 5920 Factory Reset

To factory reset the switch, plug the console port and launch “Serial Connection” to access to the switch. Type theses commands to delete all the saved configuration and restore the switch to its factory settings: reset saved-configuration main # Delete the main configuration file reset saved-configuration backup # Delete the backup configuration file

How to configure Static routing in Linux

Static routes can be added usually through “route add” or “ip route” command. However, “route add” command configures routing on the runtime and doesn’t persist the configuration after a reboot. To make it persistent across reboots, you have to add it to /etc/sysconfig/network/route file for SUSE . For example, static routes for the eth0 interface Read more about How to configure Static routing in Linux[…]