I added a MS350 to an existing stack of two switches recently, and the new one became the master of the stack.
This ended up creating issues, and I had to upgrade the firmware, power down the third switch, etc. in order to get things corrected.
Is there any way to specify that a particular switch remains the master of the stack (switch 1 for instance--the one with the uplink port to the Internet)? If I have to add a 4th switch, I don't want the same thing happening.
You can also go to Switch>Switch Settings and set the STP Bridge Priority as the stack but I wasn't aware of making one priority over the other. Once they are a stack they are basically one switch. The vlans, routes etc will be on all switches in the stack.
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