Replying to myself here - After some pretty extensive searching, this drive is counterfeit.
HGST model is obviously bogus, but it also has the short part number "0F23114" which doesn't exist that I can find.
Serial is also bunk.
I just snagged what I thought was a reasonable deal for a 2TB HGST drive. It's a HGST HUS726020ALA610.
What's messed up is that when I plug it in, it says it's an HUS726010ALA610, which is not a known part number.
the drive shows the following in my NAS:
da9 at mps0 bus 0 scbus33 target 15...
After battling with it for over a week, I finally got SNMP working on my Brocade ICX 7250.
snmp-server community private ro view admin
snmp-server view admin 220.127.116.11.4.1.1991 included
And I'm able to snmpwalk with:
snmpwalk -c private -v 2c $SWITCH_IP 18.104.22.168.4.1.1991...
So after getting the switch back up and running (very much in testing mode here).. The fan was not sufficient to keep the ASIC temps in low-range territory. I'm going to either 3d print a duct to work with a few extra 12V low noise fans from the side vent, or I'm going to have to put something...
For another data point for those trying to make things a little quieter, I threw a Delta EFB0412VHD-F00 into my ICX7250-24 and it worked well. Switch boots fine, and it's significantly quieter than the stock Foxconn monstrosity.
EDIT: After bringing the switch back up, the fan was not...
This is split horizon DNS. You'll want to google how this works and how to implement it. Assuming your SSL is all configured properly already, the last thing is the split horizon, which is always the case.
I have a USB->rollover into a keystone with the mini-B's green on pin 3, white on pin 6 and black on pin 5.
Have checked putty on windows and a linux machine and nothing at all on either. I'm beginning to think someone may have blown up the console port previously.
I'm going to order a...
So I got my hands on an ICX7250 24-port unit. So far, no response from serial console, and the fans stay at max on power.
First power up, it took about five minutes to "boot" (the fans got quiet, and an ethernet link established), but nothing ever showed on serial.
Do I have a brick?