The ArubaStack feature enables simplified management by presenting a set of Mobility Access Switches as one entity, and reduces the operational complexity of managing multiple redundant links between access and distribution layer switches. Since the ArubaStack appears as one network node, loop prevention protocols are not required.
An ArubaStack is a set of interconnected Mobility Access Switches using stacking ports to form an ArubaStack. A stacking port is a physical port configured to run the stacking protocol.In some situation or during the replacement, the new switch were able to form a stacking with the Primary controller. But in some rare situation the new switch might got stuck in dormant state with reason as Version Mismatch [V]—This member’s version of ArubaOS does not match that of the primary member.So in this situation we might need to upgrade and reboot the Single Switch along. So this article will explain how to upgrade and reboot the single switch alone.
ArubaS3500)# show stacking members
Stack: Active, Id: 000b866c31804e4e50d5
Member-id Role Mac-addr Priority State
--------- ---- -------- -------- -----
0 * Primary 000b.866c.6980 250 Active
1 Linecard 000b.866c.2cc0 128 Dormant [V] <--
[S] - Split
[V] - Version Mismatch
[D] - Depleted Slots#copy tftp: 10.1.1.1 ArubaOS_MAS_184.108.40.206_44718 member: 1 system: partition #reload 1
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