Failed Supervisor Engine 720 10GE replacement after powering down the Chassis
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I need to do replacement for failed Supervisor Engine 720 10GE (standby) on Cisco 6509 in production.
We have not to do a Hot Swap, but it has to be done after powering down the Chassis.
I think after powering down the Chassis if the Old Working Sup Module comes as active then we can copy the config. from Active (Old Sup) to Standby (new one) after copying of the IOS file from Active to Standby and rebooting the Standby.
But, if in case new Sup Module comes as Active and the old Sup Module go standby and IOS being different in both Sup Modules, I need to know how to restore the Services?
In a 6509 when you have 2 sups configured in SSO mode, the primary sup is in slot 5 and the stand-by is in slot 6. If you are replacing the stand-by (slot 6) after rebooting the switch slot 5 will again be the primary and the config will sync from primary to stand-by.
Make sure you have the same exact IOS in both sups.
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