I have a stack of 4 MS250 switches running the latest firmware. The switches are in standard stack config from switch 1 down to switch 4. Switch 1 has an uplink to WAN provider and switch 2 has the back up incase switch 1 loses its WAN link and this is set to failover using VRRP on the WAN provider kit.
I wanted to move the management IP of my switches over to a new subnet so i began with switch 1 which worked fine. I then started to move down the stack to switches 2, 3 and 4 where i ran into issues with switches getting bad DNS and 2 of then losing connectivity all together.
The switch stack holds some host servers so it will need done out of hours to avoid impact. Is it just a case of logging in and reloading switch 1 from the console or will i need to reload each switch or all at the same time?
Another thing that always confuses me is, meraki support know which switch is the master switch but there is no way to get this info from the web portal. Im assuming that to reboot a remote stack i would need to know which switch is master.