Accessing secondary cluster members via Cisco Works
How do I manage the individual switches in Cisco Works? I can only access the primary switch (ie the one with the IP address assigned). I need to set different configuration settings on each switch but cannot access them through the Cisco Works station.
Re: Accessing secondary cluster members via Cisco Works
You can only manage a switch if it has certain services running (SNMP, telnet, tftp, rcp, http) using IP. If your switches don't run management software (build in or via a management module) you can't manage it. What kind of switches do you have?
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