I already have a 3750x configured and in place at a location. I have a new 3750x switch I just got in and will be connecting it with a data cable to create a stack. My question is, do I have to configure the second switch at all or will it get all of it's configuration information from the first switch?
If you happened to power down the master switch, please make sure that you power up the master switch (existing switch) first and let the master switch boot up completely before you power the second switch (i.e. new switch).
If you did other way around, your new switch will be the master and all previous configuration from old-master switch will be deleted from running-configuration (assuming they are connected via stack-cable).
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