How to determine the installed SecureStack Switch Models

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Products
SecureStack
C5-Series, C3-Series, C2-Series
B5-Series, B3-Series, B2-Series
A2-Series 

Commands
'show config'
'set switch member'
'show switch switchtype' 

Goals
Determine the installed SecureStack switch models from a configuration 

Cause
A SecureStack configuration has a set of system-entered 'set switch member' commands, as shown in the following sample extract: 

 B2(rw)->show configuration
This command shows non-default configurations only.
Use 'show config all' to show both default and non-default configurations.

begin
!
#***** NON-DEFAULT CONFIGURATION *****
!
!
. . .

#system
set switch member 1 3
set switch member 2 5
set switch member 3 5
set switch member 4 5

. . .

!
end

B2(rw)->

This article explains how to interpret those commands, to determine the switch model associated with each unit of the stack. 

Solution
Shown below are the currently supported switch models for each of the seven product lines, as viewed in the output of seven separate 'show switch switchtype' commands issued on a C5, C3, C2, B5, B3, B2, and A2. 

As future firmware potentially enables additional switch models, that will be reflected in the output of this command. 

Note: The C3/C2 and B3/B2 model knowledge is identical, to facilitate "mixed stacking" (5834). 

 C5(su)->show switch switchtype
Mgmt Code
SID Switch Model ID Pref Version
--- -------------------------------- ---- ---------
1 C5G124-24 1 0xa08245
2 C5K125-24 1 0xa08245
3 C5K175-24 1 0xa08245
4 C5K125-24P2 1 0xa08245
5 C5G124-24P2 1 0xa08245
6 C5G124-48 1 0xa08245
7 C5K125-48 1 0xa08245
8 C5K125-48P2 1 0xa08245
9 C5G124-48P2 1 0xa08245
C5(su)->

 C3(rw)->show switch switchtype
Mgmt Code
SID Switch Model ID Pref Version
--- -------------------------------- ---- ---------
1 C2G124-24 1 0xa08245
2 C2K122-24 1 0xa08245
3 C2G124-48 1 0xa08245
4 C2G124-48P 1 0xa08245
5 C2H124-48 1 0xa08245
6 C2H124-48P 1 0xa08245
7 C2G134-24P 1 0xa08245
8 C2G170-24 1 0xa08245
9 C3G124-24P 1 0xa08245
10 C3G124-48P 1 0xa08245
11 C3G124-48 1 0xa08245
12 C3G124-24 1 0xa08245
13 C3K172-24 1 0xa08245
15 C3K122-24 1 0xa08245
17 C3K122-24P 1 0xa08245
C3(rw)->

 C2(rw)->show switch switchtype
Mgmt Code
SID Switch Model ID Pref Version
--- -------------------------------- ---- ---------
1 C2G124-24 1 0xa08245
2 C2K122-24 1 0xa08245
3 C2G124-48 1 0xa08245
4 C2G124-48P 1 0xa08245
5 C2H124-48 1 0xa08245
6 C2H124-48P 1 0xa08245
7 C2G134-24P 1 0xa08245
8 C2G170-24 1 0xa08245
9 C3G124-24P 1 0xa08245
10 C3G124-48P 1 0xa08245
11 C3G124-48 1 0xa08245
12 C3G124-24 1 0xa08245
13 C3K172-24 1 0xa08245
15 C3K122-24 1 0xa08245
17 C3K122-24P 1 0xa08245
C2(rw)->

 B5(su)->show switch switchtype
Mgmt Code
SID Switch Model ID Pref Version
--- -------------------------------- ---- ---------
1 B5G124-24 1 0xa08378
2 B5G124-24P2 1 0xa08378
3 B5G124-48 1 0xa08378
4 B5G124-48P2 1 0xa08378
5 B5K125-24 1 0xa08378
6 B5K125-24P2 1 0xa08378
7 B5K125-48 1 0xa08378
8 B5K125-48P2 1 0xa08378
B5(su)->

 B3(rw)->show switch switchtype
Mgmt Code
SID Switch Model ID Pref Version
--- -------------------------------- ---- ---------
1 B2G124-24 1 0xa08245
2 B2G124-48 1 0xa08245
3 B2G124-48P 1 0xa08245
4 B2H124-48 1 0xa08245
5 B2H124-48P 1 0xa08245
6 B3G124-24P 1 0xa08245
7 B3G124-48P 1 0xa08245
8 B3G124-48 1 0xa08245
9 B3G124-24 1 0xa08245
B3(rw)->

 B2(rw)->show switch switchtype
Mgmt Code
SID Switch Model ID Pref Version
--- -------------------------------- ---- ---------
1 B2G124-24 1 0xa08245
2 B2G124-48 1 0xa08245
3 B2G124-48P 1 0xa08245
4 B2H124-48 1 0xa08245
5 B2H124-48P 1 0xa08245
6 B3G124-24P 1 0xa08245
7 B3G124-48P 1 0xa08245
8 B3G124-48 1 0xa08245
9 B3G124-24 1 0xa08245
B2(rw)->

 A2(rw)->show switch switchtype
Mgmt Code
SID Switch Model ID Pref Version
--- -------------------------------- ---- ---------
1 A2H124-24P 1 0xa08245
2 A2H124-24 1 0xa08245
3 A2H124-48 1 0xa08245
4 A2H124-48P 1 0xa08245
5 A2H124-24FX 1 0xa08245
6 A2H254-16 1 0xa08245
A2(rw)->

To determine the switch models associated with your stack, match each of the 'set switch member' commands to the SID and Switch Model ID entry of the relevant product list. 

For instance, from the above SecureStack B2 sample extract,
    'set switch member 1 3' means "Unit 1 is a B2G124-48P";
    'set switch member 2 5' means "Unit 2 is a B2H124-48P";
    'set switch member 3 5' means "Unit 3 is a B2H124-48P";
    'set switch member 4 5' means "Unit 4 is a B2H124-48P".

See also: 5455 and 5780.
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