Cisco SG500-52P has VLAN settings still in place but acting as if they are not there
I have Cisco SG500-52P switches. I have a switch that I have split into 2 VLANS, ports 2-24 are on VLAN 2 and 25-48 are on VLAN 4. The problem is with the VLAN 4 ports, my settings have not changed on the VLAN 4 ports, however, they no longer have access to the internet plus they receive a 169.X.X.X ip address. The VLAN 4 ports are supposed to have an IP address starting with 172.27.X.X and connect to the internet. Has anyone seen this before?
Re: Cisco SG500-52P has VLAN settings still in place but acting as if they are not there
I'm attaching screen shots. This set up worked before but the issue now is I can't get to the internet through this switch. Pinging google doesn't work. It is uplinked to a Meraki switch and the uplink port seems to be working on the Meraki switch so I'm pretty sure it's this SG500 switch, although, I can't find where any settings have changed.
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