I have a 48 port module with 12 ports failing, I just received a new replacement module (thank you support contracts). I haven't removed the old module as 36 ports are still in use. I have an open slot and installed the new module there. The ports on the exisiting module don't use all the same settings. Rather then configure each block for the correct settings is there a way to copy the existing module configuration to the new module config. Or if I waited until after hours could I simply mark all my patch cable remove the old module and put the new module in the same spot and have it use the previous modules config? I wasn't sure if the system would drop the old modules config when it recognizes that this module, while the same type, is a different physical blade.
Modules are the same exact type, WS-x6148-RJ45V. What isn't the same are things like MAC numbers associated to ports the Hw: in "show vers" is different was 3.0 new one has 1.8 but Fw and Sw are the same, board SN is different also. I am just curious to know if that matters to the chasis and config or if I were to remove the old blade and put the new one in it's place would the chasis operate as normal or require me to configure that new blade. If it were a different blade type then I would expect that I would have to configure the port set up.
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