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Switch clone vs Stacked switch replacement

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Switch clone vs Stacked switch replacement

I just read through this doc: 

https://documentation.meraki.com/Architectures_and_Best_Practices/Cisco_Meraki_Best_Practice_Design/...

 

The subsection called Switch Replacement Walkthrough for Stacks mentioned actually screen shots and copy and paste.  That seems sort of old school if we have templates and profiles.  Then I read there is a switch clone button option. Other than a few things, that might need manual changes, wouldn't a clone with edits be better than using screen shots to change out a switch ? 

 

I have yet to even touch a Meraki switch, so this is a less than novice question. 

 

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Re: Switch clone vs Stacked switch replacement

You shouldn't need to use anything else other than switch clone.  Used it many times without issue.

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Re: Switch clone vs Stacked switch replacement

Then, why would Meraki put those steps in the Best Practices document ? 

 

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