Move cables to the new cables one at a time . Also make sure the new switch is powered off until you get all cables attached . If you want to keep a particular switch as master then give that switch a stack priority of 15 .
2. Through their StackWise ports, connect the new switch to a powered-on switch stack. (meaning i can unplug one of the cable from the powered-on switch stack and connect to the new switch? it means without any downtime?)
3. Power on the new switch.
The stack master is retained. The new switch is added to the switch stack.
Kindly advise the above. Appreciate if someone can help to advise some unforseen incidents.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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