05-05-2020 01:53 AM
Maybe it’s there and I’m missing it. I would LOVE to have EXOS give you an option to use stacking nomenclature on non-stacked switches! We enable stacking all of the time, just to keep our configs consistent regardless of the environment we’re in. The problem is that we lose the stacking ports (especially in SFP+ stacked environments). It would be so much easier if you could always just treat the first unstacked switch as SLOT1 (even when by itself). Anyone else find this a bit annoying? Seems like it would be a fairly simple fix...
05-05-2020 02:15 AM
Yeah, checked an unstacked switch, if you have one available. We don’t want people to not have the SLOT:PORT nomenclature if the units are stacked.
05-05-2020 02:14 AM
Perhaps it does not show if you’re in a stack already? There is no “configure system” option at all. Checked another client running 30.4, but they’re stacked too. The “show management” does list the current value, but can’t find a way to change it (grep’d a detailed config too - nothing there).
05-05-2020 02:11 AM
Odd. The Command Reference definitely says it should be in there.
05-05-2020 02:00 AM
Drew, I’d like to buy you a beer! However… We don’t get a “configure system” option in our X620’s running 30.3. C’mon man, hook me up! What’s the secret?
05-05-2020 01:55 AM