To accomplish this:
Restore the factory default
Note: These buttons are provided for your convenience. If you are concerned with switch security though, you should
make sure that the switch is installed in a secure location, such as a locked wiring closet. You can also disable these
buttons by using the front-panel-security command. See the 3810M Management and Configuration Guide for a
description of that command.
Flex Port Slot and Module Support
The 3810M family of switches features a module slot(s) that allows the user to customize the
uplink ports on the switch. Depending on the switch model, the slot supports either 40Gbps or
80Gbps of maximum bandwidth and therefore, not all modules are supported in all slots. See
The unsupported modules are mechanically prevented from installing into unsupported
Table 10 Switch Module/Support Matrix
JL071A Aruba 3810M 24G 1-slot
JL072A Aruba 3810M 48G 1-slot
JL073A Aruba 3810M 24G PoE+
JL074A Aruba 3810M 48G PoE+
JL075A Aruba 3810M 16SFP+ 2-slot
JL076A Aruba 3810M 40G 8SR PoE+
Back of the Switches
The back of all the 3810M switches is the same.
Introducing the 3810M switches
1. Press Clear and Reset
2. While continuing to press Clear,
3. When the Global Status LED
begins to fast flash orange (after
approximately 5 seconds), release
Matrix, for the switch module/support matrix.
This will happen:
The switch removes all configuration
changes, restores the factory default
configuration, and runs self test.