CSCvf68802 - With Profinet enabled, "ip default-gateway" configuration gets removed
I question this workaround method, and I hope that someone can explain it better.
If Profinet is enabled by default and you use the "no profinet" command in the global configuration doesn't this disable profinet globally?
If that is true and profinet is required the only real workaround is to downgrade the switch to an earlier release.
Workaround: Issuing the following commands after the upgrade:
0. enable 1. conf t // enter config globally 2. no profinet // disable profinet since it is enabled by default 3. ip default-gateway x.x.x.x // re-config the system with 4. end //exit config mode 4. write mem // Save configuration to startup config 5. Reload // reboot the system
TAGS: Cisco IE, Industrial, profinet, no ip default-gateway, Cisco Bugs
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