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Stacked 3750 question

We have a 3750 that is stacked. Stack 2 and 3 is running on RPS but stack 1 is fine. Is there a way we can reload just stack 2 and 3?

Thanks

nj40ki01xds02#show env stack

SWITCH: 1

FAN is OK

TEMPERATURE is OK

POWER is OK

RPS is AVAILABLE

SWITCH: 2

FAN is OK

TEMPERATURE is OK

POWER is FAULTY

RPS is SUPPLYING

SWITCH: 3

FAN is OK

TEMPERATURE is OK

POWER is FAULTY

RPS is SUPPLYING

  • LAN Switching and Routing
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Super Bronze

Re: Stacked 3750 question

Hi

Use the reload command, but put the stack member number after it:

reload slot 2

reload slot 3

Aaron

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Silver

Re: Stacked 3750 question

Alternatively, you can logon to the certain switch in a stack using "session X" command, where X is a switch number in a stack. You can see which is which using "show switch command"

#sh switch

Current

Switch# Role Mac Address Priority State

--------------------------------------------------------

*1 Master 000f.f762.a400 8 Ready

2 Slave 0012.01f9.af80 1 Ready

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