I'm looking for info on how to replace one switch within a stack of 4. I've seen a statement in the 3750 data sheet about how the new switch will be configured automatically, but I'd like to have a step-by-step guide on how to do this.
It really is quite easy. I would suggest the following step by step procedure:
- check the version of code running in the new/replacement switch against the version running in the stack. If the version is different load the version into the new switch that is running in the stack.
- check the template configured on the new switch. If it is different than the template on the stack configure the new switch to match the template of the stack.
- power down the switch to be replaced.
- un-cable the switch to be replaced.
- cable up the new switch.
- power up the new switch.
- watch the new switch join the stack.
This is the plan that I followed when I had to replace a switch in a 3750 stack and it worked well for me.
Sorry to beat this subject to death, but I have one more question. The stack in question has 3 different 3750 models. It's got 2 3750G-24PS, 1 3750G-24TS and 1 3750G-24TS-1U. I've got a spare that is a 3750G-24TS-1U. The docs say if it's the same model number it will take on the configuration of the replaced switch, but what about trying to replace a POE switch or the non-1U switch. The new one obviously won't supply power but will it still assume the stack member number?
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