Finding what vlans are set on a switch port is a very needed thing for almost any config changes in Procurve software. This entry shows a quick way to check the vlans both tagged/untagged on a procurve. This works for all procurve I believe, but I am testing on a J9773A 2530 switch. This is a simple entry but might help someone out.
To show vlans associated with the ports the command “show vlan ports X” can be used, and to find out more info like tagged/untagged you can add the “detail” to the command to get more info. For example to get info for port 1
The old Procurve switch line is very long in the tooth, but I run across them all the time. In this case its a 2520 switch that is in very bad need a of a firmware upgrade. I will detail where to go to get the firmware, and how to use TFTP to upload it. In my case, the web interface is having all kinds of java issues, and TFTP is just easier.
First lets get the software – it can be found at :
Next, I download the firmware for the J9299A, and it seems the latest is from 2016. I download it, put it on my TFTP server which has full network connectivity to the switch.
SSH to the switch, and run these commands
If you get the error ” SFTP must be disabled before enabling tftp. ” you will need to run the “no ip ssh filetransfer” command first before enabling tftp client.
config t no ip ssh filetransfer —This allows TFTP, if you enable this, and use SCP or SFTP then no need for TFTP tftp client exit copy tftp flash 10.10.16.5 J_15_09_0028.swi primary
It will then write this to the primary flash. Next I will tell it to boot this firmware.
boot system flash primary – Now it will reboot with the latest firmware AH-POE-Top# show ver Image stamp: /ws/swbuildm/J_rel_hartford_qaoff/code/build/walle(J_rel_hartford_qaoff) Aug 23 2016 08:57:14 J.15.09.0028 1791 Boot Image: Primary