Recent content by jang430

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    Forgot what IP address I assigned to my Cisco SG500-28 switch. Don't want to reset.

    Thanks for all your suggestions, I will give them a try.
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    Forgot what IP address I assigned to my Cisco SG500-28 switch. Don't want to reset.

    This may be easier for me. Wireshark is free?
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    Forgot what IP address I assigned to my Cisco SG500-28 switch. Don't want to reset.

    Tried pinging 192.168.1.254, got 'Destination host unreachable.' I've accessed the switch before, set VLAN, unfortunately, I forgot. Looked at my firewall, with assigned DHCP IP addresses, and tried to access them, with no avail. Any ideas how?
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    HGST SAS 3.2TB SSD HUSMR3232ASS200 $199.95

    Just curious, what would be a recommended controller for this? How many such drive can we attach that still gives it optimal performance? Sas3 controllers? Can we connect 8, and have 8 all perform at max performance? I have a pcie 3.0 x8 slot free. Preparing for the next deal :D
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    Can you use E5-4XXXL processors on single proc m/b? Supermicro X10SRM-TF

    Hi. I know you can use E5-2xxx processors on single processor motherboards. What about E5-4XXX processors? I assume the answer is the same for E5-4XXXL, the lower power variant. Regards
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    Can vlan1 (switch default) be considered for use with ssid without vlan tagging?

    Not sure if it's clear on my title. My HP switch comes default with vlan1, which has all ports untagged. I use Unifi, and in my controller, I have 3 SSIDs. SSID1 (no vlan set), SSID20 (vlan 20 for guests) and SSID30 (vlan 30 for IOT). On my switch, as mentioned above, vlan1 has all ports...
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    Need help to reset Supermicro motherboard that is password protected

    Thanks for giving me hope, and nudging me to the right direction.
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    Need help to reset Supermicro motherboard that is password protected

    FYI, got to reset BMC password using these instructions from here- Is it possible to reset the password on a SuperMicro IPMI interface? Supermicro IPMI BMCs can be fairly erratic and troublesome. You should always use the utilities and tools provided by Supermicro before attempting a fix with...
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    Need help to reset Supermicro motherboard that is password protected

    Sorry, didn't see this. So I didn't try it.
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    Need help to reset Supermicro motherboard that is password protected

    Finally got password removed from the motherboard. What I did was using the SUPER.ROM method :D. Saw online that using a fat or fat32 formatted usb (no need to be bootable), place a recent copy of bios, and rename it to SUPER.ROM. With USB plugged, hold on to ctrl+home, power on the system...
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    Need help to reset Supermicro motherboard that is password protected

    Si far, I have tried to update the bios for my X10SLM+-LN4F. That's when it says it's incompatible. Now, how do I update the bios for BMC? So far, no access to BMC.
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    Need help to reset Supermicro motherboard that is password protected

    So... Did as instructed, unfortunately, after checking, it says something about incompatibility, and ended back in EFI Shell prompt. How do I update the BMC instead? Will give it a try. I also heard Supermicro guys are super helpful. I'll try send them an email, see if I can get any bios...
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    Need help to reset Supermicro motherboard that is password protected

    @RageBone , What should I be updating with EFI Shell? Motherboard bios? Or BMC Firmware? For motherboard bios, there's no EFI/ UEFI Folder. Upon extraction, there are only 4 files, afudosu.smc, ami.bat, readme, x10slmp9.531 Intructions in the readme are: 1. Save this file to your...