Stacking and replacement

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Henk1961
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Stacking and replacement

Hello,

 

I want to replace a stack member with 48 ports by a stack member with 24 ports.

What will happen in that kind of a situation with the port configurations?

 

MS225-48FP ==> MS225-24P

 

Regards,

 

Henk

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cmr
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Kind of a big deal

@Henk1961 I think you can only replace like for like, you will have to simply add the 24 port switch as a new switch and then remove the 48 port one.

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cmr
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Kind of a big deal

@Henk1961 I think you can only replace like for like, you will have to simply add the 24 port switch as a new switch and then remove the 48 port one.

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UCcert
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Hi @Henk1961 , @cmr is correct you can only clone and replace like for like switches.  It’s only a single switch so doing this manually will be simple and straightforward 

Darren O'Connor | uccert.co.uk
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