There are no physical prerequisites before shutdown process , but if you are using this switch as a service switch , there might be some problems with clients that are connected to the switch , after you "power on". Make sure that you have the backup of the current configuration. Most of the problems after reboot are duplex problems , so I would recommend getting a port status output before power off. Also mac addresses and arp table might be a necessity if you encounter any connectivity issues. It would be very helpful to figure out the old port , vlan etc.
i dont know what to say , i'm very very pleased you helped me out , i have already done the things you have told me and i backed up all the data i need , i'm just performing a test on what will happen if the LAN Goes down
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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