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Make SSO "hot" Supe720 "active" by command

What is the cleanest way to force a failover? Is there a command that can do this w/o reloading the active supe? We want the supe in the 1st slot to be the "active" one again.

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Re: Make SSO "hot" Supe720 "active" by command

They will switchover in SSO mode. I've done it plenty of times.

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Re: Make SSO "hot" Supe720 "active" by command

The command 'redundancy force-switchover' should accomplish your request

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat6000/122sx/cmdref/r1.htm#wp1056699

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Re: Make SSO "hot" Supe720 "active" by command

Many thanks.

The docs say that the modules will not reload if it is running in RPR mode. I wonder if that is also true for SSO mode.

Hall of Fame Super Bronze

Re: Make SSO "hot" Supe720 "active" by command

They will switchover in SSO mode. I've done it plenty of times.

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Re: Make SSO "hot" Supe720 "active" by command

Thanks again it was a clean switchover. I didn't drop a ping. This command does cause the original "active" to reboot and there are messages about interfaces going down and up, but the servers never saw a disconnect.

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