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Author Topic: ERS 3524GT-PWR+ switch in a stack reboots while saving config  (Read 218 times)

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Offline yeyuhi

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We have a stack of 5 ERS 3524GT-PWR+ switches at one of our locations and we are working on changing the data vlans for the site. So after adding new vlans and moving users to new pvid's and vlans we are clearing old vlans out. Everything works great until then. But once we remove interfaces off of those vlan members and delete them either the whole stack reboots or one of the switches reboots and looses it configs. Since we don't have a way to reboot that switch again manually or through CLI we end up reconfiguring that switch from the stack. We don't know where we are going wrong. The steps we follow is as below:

Change PVID :
con t
vlan port x/x pvid 110

Save config:
Copy config nvram

Remove members off the vlan:
Vlan members x none

Save config:
Copy config nvram

Delete old vlans:
con t
vlan del x

Save config:
Copy config nvram

sh stack-info uptime
Unit# Switch Model     Unit UpTime         
----- ---------------- --------------------
1     3524GT-PWR+      467 days, 14:25:36
2     3524GT-PWR+      467 days, 14:26:20
3     3524GT-PWR+      467 days, 14:25:32
4     3524GT-PWR+      0 days, 02:41:29
5     3524GT-PWR+      467 days, 14:34:22

Has anyone seen or experienced any similar issue?


Offline yeyuhi

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Re: ERS 3524GT-PWR+ switch in a stack reboots while saving config
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2019, 01:17:13 PM »
Has anyone checked this. Please help,. We are unable to proceed with the project because it is causing lot of disruptions than it should and i am running out of ides to try.

Offline AVAGO

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Re: ERS 3524GT-PWR+ switch in a stack reboots while saving config
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2019, 07:30:11 AM »
Hi are you at the #  or the ( config)#  I had something similar, while at the (config)#

but I do save conf   from the switch name#