During a prolonged power outage all of our stacks came up with the wrong switch as master. All of the stack each have a 3750G to be the master. I have set priorities on all of the stacks but my question is on the reload should I reload or pull the plug(s) and plug all of the stack back in within the twenty seconds allowed for an election?
Since this will change the stack order will this cause a topology change?
I need to know this since I am operating in a production environment with many PLC's dependent on the network for uninterrupted data flow to meet federal regs. I would like to keep the stack off-line for less than one minute however if a topology change happpens then the entire network could be down for the several minutes while the new tables are created.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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