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Hello Team, Stack Switch is rebooting continuously. and getting below, error, can you identify the same. (Stack-1)- Switch Feb.


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single Cisco Catalyst switch or in a stack of Cisco Catalyst switches. information is maintained from the initial boot across reboots, including the status supplies in the stack) and then subtracts an amount of power that it keeps in.


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switch failure or a reboot of all stack members. Cisco Catalyst switches can be stacked together either to create a new stack or The screws are meant to keep the module from slipping out, not to maintain stack Cisco Catalyst ​.


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I am wanting help troubleshooting what could be causing these switches to reboot. See the output below: thanks! RCHE-MDF#sh ver | inc.


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into β€œOne Network” with Converged Access on the Catalyst and Controller: Up to APs and. 40G per switch. Up to Clients per Stack. 80 Gbps Intall Boot mode. Boot Variable to be used during next reload. BRKCRS-​ 21 Start troubleshooting when the memory goes above 70% and constantly keeps.


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Now, I have to add another switch to that stack.

Network Engineering Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for network engineers. I found out that the the member number of the new switch is 1 prediction best site vip is default and the priority cisco 3850 switch stack keeps rebooting set as The IOS version is the same on the stack as well as the new switch.

Alternatively, you could provide and accept your cisco 3850 switch stack keeps rebooting answer. If you cisco 3850 switch stack keeps rebooting a particular switch to be the master as you shouldthen you need to specifically set the switch priorities.

If you leave the priority of the new switch as 15it will not automatically be changed to 1 as you seem to say:. Related 3. As a best practice, never, ever, run a stack in bundle mode. A few other things: Enable software auto-upgrade on the stack for future. How Stack Overflow hires engineers.

Active Oldest Votes. If yes, how can I avoid this. Cisco 3850 switch stack keeps rebooting on Meta. The version of code you're on is learn more here old and there are many improvements in later versions.

Sign up to join this community. K Jun 5 '17 at Check this link for more information. What are the chances of the switch stack rebooting?

If you leave the priority of the new switch as 15it will not automatically be changed to 1 as you seem to say: By doing this the switch should automatically get the stack number and priority value of 1.

I'd also recommend converting the stack from bundle mode to install mode, which is the Cisco recommended mode of operation. Will that work? You should always set the switch number and priority of each switch prior to creating or adding to the stack.

If so, you should accept the answer so that the question doesn't keep popping up forever, looking for an answer.

As Ron mentioned, always set the preferred stack cisco 3850 switch stack keeps rebooting priority to I would also recommend setting the stack-mac to never expire stack-mac persistent timer 0.

K Amin. Email Required, but never shown. Sign up read more Facebook. Hot Network Questions. You're in for a reload on the stack regardless, so I'd also recommend upgrading to 3.

The Overflow Blog. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I mean, I don't want the new switch to be the master so i'd set the priority on it to the least. Sign up using Email and Password.

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Asked 3 years, 1 month ago. Active 2 years, 3 months ago. The newest switch, if you do not want it to be the master, should be set to the lowest priority. I have a existing switch stack with 4 switches in the stack all of them are Here is how I am planing to add this switch: Turn off the power of the new switch connect the stacking cable according to Cisco documentation Turn on the power of the new switch By doing this the switch should automatically get the stack number and priority value of 1. Addition of new switch to an existing stack Ask Question. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Post as a guest Name. It only takes a minute to sign up. New post lock available on meta sites: Policy Lock. The switch that you want to be the master should be set to the highest priority among the switches, the one that you want to take over should be set to the next highest priority, etc. Adding a switch to an existing stack should, and probably will, work just fine, but there is always a risk that something goes wrong, so you need to be prepared to reboot the entire stack. Feedback post: New moderator reinstatement and appeal process revisions. Viewed 10k times. You really want to set the priorities so that you have a deterministic method to elect the master. I'd recommend setting the priority of the new switch to 1. Rooster Rooster 1. Now my question is: since the new switch has priority value of 15 before adding it to the stack, after adding the switch to the stack following above procedure, can this switch reboot the entire stack and reelect the master switch? K 61 1 1 gold badge 1 1 silver badge 3 3 bronze badges. Did any answer help you?