DHCP address is not retire

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Create Date: Nov 7 2013 10:40AM


I have problem, halp me please.

There was external DHCP-server.
vlan Default is take IP-address from it (
DHCP-server was deleted from this network, DHCP client is disable on switch, but IP-address is not retire.

Here some outputs:
sh "Default"
VLAN Interface with name Default created by user
    Admin State:    Enabled     Tagging:    802.1Q Tag 1
    Description:    None
    Virtual router:    VR-Default
    IPv4 Forwarding: Disabled
    Primary IP    :
    IPv6 Forwarding: Disabled
    IPv6:         None
    STPD:         s0(Enabled,Auto-bind)
    Protocol:     Match all unfiltered protocols
    Loopback:     Disabled
    NetLogin:     Disabled
    QosProfile:     None configured
    Egress Rate Limit Designated Port: None configured
    Flood Rate Limit QosProfile:       None configured
    Ports:     1.       (Number of active ports=0)
           Untag:   2:41b

 # unconfigure "Default" ipaddress
Error: Dhcp/Bootp configured IP address cannot be removed on VLAN Default

#sh dhcp-client state
Client VLAN     Protocol Server          Current State
--------------- -------- --------------- ---------------------------------------
 Default         None    

 #sh ipconfig "Default"
Router Interface on VLAN Default is enabled.
inet   broadcast  Mtu 1500

 #disable dhcp vlan Default
WARNING: VLAN "Default" is not configured as a DHCP client

  Thank you!                                      

(from Aleksandr_Palivoda)
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