We will be replacing one of our 24 port switches with a 48 port one.
Is there a way for me to import the old settings and tweak them? Or will I have to reconfigure all the settings on the new switch? I have never set one of these up before. So please let me know what info you need from me. I would greatly appreciate your help.
Cisco Catalyst 3560 with Standard Image, 48 - 10/100 Power over Ethernet (PoE) Ports and 4 - SFP GBIC Ports
On this portion of the network, the only other switches are the ones that make up our Core Stack. So can I just copy the running config on the old switch with tftp and then copy the file to running config to the start config on the new switch? We'll this work? Is there anything else I need to do? rsa key, vtp? Do I need to tweak it so these match?
I'm getting some mixed info and I haven't done this before. It doesn't sound to hard. I just want to make sure I'm clear.
1) This is a stack of 4 switches, one of which is a 24 port switch. You can switch them out hot, but usually on the 3750s it'll come up as a new unit, and you may have to play fun and games to convince it otherwise.
2) Your 24 port switch is unit 4, all ports of which have the same (default) config, so there's nothing really to port over.
3) You may want to upgrade your admin password types - you're still using the old type 7 which are trivially cracked (there are websites that do it with a mouse click)
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