11-19-2012 02:07 PM
This took me a while to figure out so thought I'd post it on here if anyone else runs into this. Sorry if this was covered in another thread already.
By default ports 1/2 and 1/3 on the switch are set up for stacking. You can remove the stacking and use them as regular SFP ports if you want by entering the following commands.
(ArubaS3500-24-POE) #configure terminal
(ArubaS3500-24-POE) (config) #delete stacking interface stack 1/2
(ArubaS3500-24-POE) (config) #delete stacking interface stack 1/3
(ArubaS3500-24-POE) (config) #write mem Saving Configuration...
Hope this helped you out.
04-24-2013 03:28 AM
You can delete a stacking interface through a local console connection OR a remote ssh/telnet session. However, you can only delete the stacking interfaces of the primary switch (an active standalone is always primary).
I'll file an enhancement request so that you could delete a non-primary but the previous thinking on that is if you were to do that, you probably would be disconnecting that member from the stack anyways so you would have local access to remove it and then delete it's stacking interfaces.
And yes, this is supported on the S2500s.
01-08-2014 12:35 PM
Just wanted to let everyone know that with AOS 22.214.171.124 you can now delete a stacklink from a non-primary.
(host) #set stacking interface stack 1/2 member ?
<id> Number(0-7) or 'all' for all members
01-07-2015 07:38 AM
I will test it now
I have another question
I have 2 Corinex powerline adapters that I use to connect 2 points as there no is way to install any cable
When I connect them to any 2 switches or laptops they work fine, but when I use them between 2 Aruba switches S1500 they don't work.
So I think that there is something which block their traffic
Anybody can help??
Thanks in advance