I have a Cisco 6509-E chassis with 2 ethernet modules, 2 fiber modules and 2 supervisor engines. I lose the configuration of any modules that I remove from the 6509 chassis and insert them back again, excluding the Active Superviror Engine.
Is this the default behaviour or I'm missing something? Has anyone experienced this before? What should I do to avoid this? Any recommendation would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
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