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Reset And Clear Buttons - HP Aruba 3810M Series Installation And Getting Started Manual

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Stacking Notes:
For 3810M switches that are in a stack, the Mode select button on every switch in the stack
controls the LED mode for all the switches in the stack. Using the Mode select button on
one switch in the stack changes the LED mode for the entire stack.
If there is a combination of PoE/PoE+ switches and non-PoE switches in the stack, when
any of the Mode select buttons is pressed to put the stack into PoE mode, the non-PoE
switches indicate no PoE support by not illuminating any of the Mode indicator LEDs or any
of the port LEDs.
If any of the switches in the stack are configured with the Save Power LED feature, then
the default LED Mode for the whole stack becomes the Save Power display (all LED Mode
indicator LEDs are off), but only the stack members on which that feature is configured
display the other characteristics of that feature (all LEDs Off except for the Power LED).

Reset and Clear Buttons

The Reset and Clear buttons are recessed from the front panel (to protect them from being
pushed accidentally) and are accessible through small holes on the top of the front panel. Use
pointed objects, such as unbent paper clips, to push them.
The Reset and Clear buttons are used singly or in combination, as follows:
To accomplish this:
Soft Reset
(Standalone switch)
Hard Reset
(Standalone switch)
Soft Reset
(Stacked switch)
Hard Reset
(Stacked switch)
Delete console and management
access passwords
Turn off UID LED
Do this:
Press and release the Reset button
Press and hold the Reset button for
more than 5 seconds (until all LEDs
turn on), then release.
Press and release the Reset button
Press and hold the Reset button for
more than 5 seconds (until all LEDs
turn on), then release.
Press Clear button for more than 5
seconds, but within 15 seconds (in
btw 5 - 15 seconds)
Press Clear button and release within
5 seconds (in btw 0.5 - 5 seconds)
This will happen:
The switch operating system is cleared
gracefully (such as data transfer
completion, temporary error conditions
are cleared), then reboots and runs
self tests.
The switch reboots, similar to a power
cycle. A hard reset is used, for
example, when the switch CPU is in
an unknown state or not responding.
Same as a standalone switch, except:
If action happened on the
Commander, the Standby switch
will become Commander.
If action happened on the Standby,
a new Standby will be elected.
Same as a standalone switch, except:
If action happened on the
Commander, the Standby switch
will become Commander.
If action happened on the Standby,
a new Standby will be elected.
Clears all passwords. Will flash Global
Status Green LED, after 5 seconds has
expired to indicate passwords have
cleared.
Clears the UID LED.
Front of the Switches
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