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VLAN 1 not editable?

tantony
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VLAN 1 not editable?

I have a GS724T, V5.2.0.11.  I'm trying to remove VLAN 1, and it says "VLAN  1 not editable".  I was able to remove VLAN 1 from proSAFE XS716T and XS728T.

 

Any idea why?

Model: GS724TS|ProSafe Gigabit Stackable Smart switch|EOL
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schumaku
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Re: VLAN 1 not editable?


@tantony wrote:

Correct.  This switch does not show up in the SCC.  The ProSAFE switches does.  


ProSafe is or was just a marketing name for the Smart Managed Pro switch line - based on earlier posts these are XS7xxT, OK.


@tantony wrote:

I have a GS724T, V5.2.0.11.

 

Sorry, correction.  I have a GS724TPv2, and that one shows up in the SCC.  This switch is less than one month old.  


That GS724TPv2 is the new one you talked of, and theere is still a GS724T with a v5.2.0.11 firmware which can't be discovered by SCC? If yes, this switch requires an update. Still, best guess is that this was some factory firmware, I can't even find the .11 in the GS724T v3 (that's a hardware version - product designation sometjing like GS724T-300NAS) downloads.


GS716Tv2 & GS724Tv3 Firmware Version 5.0.2.14 dates from summer 2012... see https://www.netgear.com/support/product/GS724Tv3#download -> previous versions



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schumaku
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Re: VLAN 1 not editable?

Very different switch generations.

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tantony
Luminary

Re: VLAN 1 not editable?

Sorry not sure if I understand. Is it because it’s EOL? I have a new gs724 but it’s v4.
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tantony
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Re: VLAN 1 not editable?

Is that the reason why its not showing up on the SmartControlCenter and the ProSAFE switches do?  All 3 switches are on the same subnet / VLAN.

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schumaku
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Re: VLAN 1 not editable?


@tantony wrote:

Is that the reason why its not showing up on the SmartControlCenter and the ProSAFE switches do?  All 3 switches are on the same subnet / VLAN.


Forget the marekting names - the GS724T (v3?) does not show up?

 


@tantony wrote:

I have a GS724T, V5.2.0.11.


This reads like a GS724T v3 model (v1 and v2 use much lover firmware series) - requiring an update https://www.netgear.com/support/product/GS724Tv3#download

 

 

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tantony
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Re: VLAN 1 not editable?

Forget the marekting names - the GS724T (v3?) does not show up?

 

Correct.  This switch does not show up in the SCC.  The ProSAFE switches does.

 

I have a GS724T, V5.2.0.11.

 

Sorry, correction.  I have a GS724TPv2, and that one shows up in the SCC.  This switch is less than one month old.  

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schumaku
Guru

Re: VLAN 1 not editable?


@tantony wrote:

Correct.  This switch does not show up in the SCC.  The ProSAFE switches does.  


ProSafe is or was just a marketing name for the Smart Managed Pro switch line - based on earlier posts these are XS7xxT, OK.


@tantony wrote:

I have a GS724T, V5.2.0.11.

 

Sorry, correction.  I have a GS724TPv2, and that one shows up in the SCC.  This switch is less than one month old.  


That GS724TPv2 is the new one you talked of, and theere is still a GS724T with a v5.2.0.11 firmware which can't be discovered by SCC? If yes, this switch requires an update. Still, best guess is that this was some factory firmware, I can't even find the .11 in the GS724T v3 (that's a hardware version - product designation sometjing like GS724T-300NAS) downloads.


GS716Tv2 & GS724Tv3 Firmware Version 5.0.2.14 dates from summer 2012... see https://www.netgear.com/support/product/GS724Tv3#download -> previous versions



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