Hello all, Our current network consists of a couple of VLANs. The default Vlan #1 is the management Vlan and all these Vlans inter-route except for one. It is a basic routing (not an OSPF). The DHCP server runs on Windows 2019 and provides IP addresses for all these VLANs. Our main core switch is an HP Procurve 5406 that does the basic routing and also it is the gateway, with an IP address of 192.168.2.1. We’re in the process of retiring this switch and replacing it with a Meraki switch ( MS425-32) . The Hp Procurve 5406 also has over 14 fiber module connections that connect various parts of our campus. We also have an MX400 with two connections to the Internet. As part of the migration, I created the VLANs on the MX400 and connected the MX400 LAN #2 (trunk) to a trunk port on the MS425-32. There is also a trunk port that connects MS425-32 to the HP Procurve 5406. Everything is working fine so far. The next step is assigning the IP address 192.168.2.1 to a new gateway. I tried to assign this IP address to the MS425-32 switch (I had already changed the HP Procurve switch address), but Meraki did not let me use the same IP address for the gateway address. I did all these on the Meraki dashboard. So, I had to assign the 192.168.2.1 back to the HP Procurve switch and select the DHCP option for the MS425-32 switch. The network is back online. Is it possible to use the MX400 as my new gateway with the IP address of 192.168.2.1? If so, how do I go about changing it? We added MX400 to our network about 2 years ago and then I assigned the IP address of 192.168.2.2. Since LAN #1 of MX400 is no longer alive, I do not see the LAN IP address. I can launch a browser and enter the IP address 192.168.2.2 and see WAN configurations and connections, but no LAN address. Thanks for all your help.
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I'm trying to add a simple ACL rule and I get an error message that the source and destination must be IPV6. My network is an IPV4. Here is a screenshot of the rule and error message. Any idea how can I add an IPV4 rule? Thank you.
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