I am looking to introuduce a new switch to my existing cisco 3750 stack. The existing stack is running the following version of IOS: 12.2(35)SE5
The new switch that is going in isn't actually a new switch, it has been removed from a decomissioned stack and reconfigured to go into my existing 3750 stack. The version of IOS on the new switch is 12.2(20)SE4.
What i want to know is will my new switch get a new image from my existing stack when it is introduced or will it continue to run on it's current IOS?
The best way I can suggest is as you already have this switch in hand why dont you upgrade the switch to the version
12.2(35)SE5 and then attach to the Stack this will save all your time and getting into any sort of trouble.
Anyway answer to your question would be: When you have different software version the stack says to this switch as version mismatch and it will not allow to be part of the stack.
Switches with different Cisco IOS software versions likely have different stack protocol versions. Switches with different major version numbers are incompatible and cannot exist in the same switch stack.
3750-Stk# show switch
Switch# Role Mac Address Priority State
1 Member 0015.c6f5.6000 1 Version Mismatch
*2 Master 0015.63f6.b700 15 Ready
3 Member 0015.c6c1.3000 5 Ready
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