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Renumber a member’s slot number

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Question: How to Renumber a member’s slot number in Mobility Access Switch

Environment: Multiple Switch in a Stacking and want to renumber or order the switch according to the Physical deployment.

If we have multiple Switch in a Stacking, the member ID allocation is based on the Algorithms or election process. Sometimes the Member ID for the switch will not get matched with the Physical access of the Switch. So in order to Match the Member ID with the Switch Physical Access/deployment, we can change or renumber the Members's slot number in Stacking.

Renumber a member’s slot number to a new slot number. Execute this command from the Primary.

set stacking renumber <id> <new-id>

(Switch) #set stacking renumber ?
<old-id>                Old Member ID (0-7)

(Switch) #set stacking renumber 1 ?
<new-id>                New Member ID (0-7)

#show stacking members

Stack status: Active, Stack Id: 001a1e090a8053ce7626
Stack uptime: 29 seconds
Id Role MAC Address Priority State Model Serial
-- ---- ----------- -------- ----- ----- ------
1 Secondary 00:1a:1e:09:92:00 128 Active ArubaS2500-48P BL0001039
0 * Primary 00:1a:1e:09:0a:80 128 Active ArubaS2500-24P BJ0001240

#set stacking renumber 1 2

#show stacking members

Stack status: Active, Stack Id: 001a1e090a8053ce7626
Stack uptime: 29 seconds
Id Role MAC Address Priority State Model Serial
-- ---- ----------- -------- ----- ----- ------
2 Secondary 00:1a:1e:09:92:00 128 Active ArubaS2500-48P BL0001039
0 * Primary 00:1a:1e:09:0a:80 128 Active ArubaS2500-24P BJ0001240

Note: Please be careful before changing the Member ID 0. Usually the Member ID 0 will be Primary.

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