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Could not assign ip address

New Contributor II
I am configurating IXC7150-C12-2X1G. 
I could not assign IP address for switch
Someone can help me please.

UNIT 1: compiled on Aug 28 2019 at 13:38:53 labeled as SPR08090c
      (32536860 bytes) from Primary SPR08090c.bin (UFI)
        SW: Version 08.0.90cT213 
      Compressed Primary Boot Code size = 786944, Version:10.1.15T225 (mnz10115)
       Compiled on Thu Jan 31 07:08:55 2019

BYT-Ruckus-Spare(config)#ip address
Invalid input -> address
Type ? for a list

As you are using a Routing image (SPR08090c third letter R means for Routing), the IP address can't be at global configuration. Instead you can put it on interface, as you want on the management or virtual ethernet (attached to VLAN).

You can try this in config mode:
 - interface management 1
 - ip address

Hope this helps

Thank you very much.

New Contributor

I'm having this very same issue and i cant for the life of me figure out why It's happening.  I have 1 out of 40 switches that's set up this way for reasons I can't understand.

I tried the following commands to no avail

 - interface management 1
 - ip address

I receive the following

Error: ip subnet overlap with another interface!

My working switches have an IP config that looks like this 

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The switch that's giving me trouble looks like this
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New Contributor

This all started one day when none of the endpoints attached to this switch would respond.  I observed that I could see these devices if I was connected to this switch directly but not if I was connected to an upstream switch.  Since I had exhausted all of my troubleshooting options I chose to factory reset the switch (Not with the reset button because that doesn't work at all). 

This is where I'm left. 

I can access my switch using the IP address handed out by DHCP but as far as getting the correct IP, subnet, and gateway  assigned im completely stumped