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S/N is differnet after stacking?

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  • 1.  S/N is differnet after stacking?

    Posted Mar 29, 2019 07:41 AM

    Hello all,

    I have a strange behavior with the serial number of my switches.

    At all documents or sticker with the serial number it is looking like:

    SG7AK451xx after stacking and looking  with the cli  "show system information", the serial number looks like SG7AGYY1xx.

    Is this a normal behavior?

    best regards

    Mic



  • 2.  RE: S/N is differnet after stacking?

    Posted Mar 29, 2019 04:28 PM

    Greetings!

     

    If you run the command 'show stacking detail', you should be able to view the serial number of each stack member — this should match the output of 'show system information'. If this is not the case (the two commands show different serial numbers), let us know and we'll investigate the issue.

     

    If they do match as expected: are all of the displayed serial numbers different from what's on the switch labels, or are they being displayed in the CLI in a different order than expected based on how the switches are physically installed? 



  • 3.  RE: S/N is differnet after stacking?

    Posted Apr 11, 2019 03:41 AM

    Hello Matthew,

    sorry for the late reply!

    If I run 'show stacking detail', it looks like:


    Member ID : 1
    Mac Address : ecebb8-1exxxx
    Type : JL075A
    Model : Aruba JL075A 3810M-16SFP+-2-slot Switch
    Priority : 128
    Status : Commander
    ROM Version : KB.16.01.0008
    Serial Number : SG7AGYY1xx
    Uptime : 183d 15h 1m
    CPU Utilization : 0%
    Memory - Total : 692,453,376 bytes
    Free : 500,513,896 bytes
    Stack Ports -
    #1 : Active, Peer member 2
    #2 : Active, Peer member 2
    #3 : Active, Peer member 2
    #4 : Active, Peer member 2

     

    Member ID : 2
    Mac Address : ecebb8-1exxxx
    Type : JL075A
    Model : Aruba JL075A 3810M-16SFP+-2-slot Switch
    Priority : 128
    Status : Standby
    ROM Version : KB.16.01.0008
    Serial Number : SG7AGYY1xx
    Uptime : 183d 15h 1m
    CPU Utilization : 0%
    Memory - Total : 692,453,376 bytes
    Free : 518,096,672 bytes
    Stack Ports -
    #1 : Active, Peer member 1
    #2 : Active, Peer member 1
    #3 : Active, Peer member 1
    #4 : Active, Peer member 1

     

    if I run 'show system information' i get:

    Software revision : KB.16.07.0002
    Base MAC Addr : ecebb8-1exxxx

    Member :1

    ROM Version : KB.16.01.0008
    Up Time : 183 days
    CPU Util (%) : 5
    MAC Addr : ecebb8-1exxxx
    Serial Number : SG7AGYY1xx
    Memory - Total : 692,453,376
    Free : 500,523,656

     

    Member :2

    ROM Version : KB.16.01.0008
    Up Time : 183 days
    CPU Util (%) : 0
    MAC Addr : ecebb8-1exxxx
    Serial Number : SG7AGYY1xx
    Memory - Total : 692,453,376
    Free : 518,096,672

     

    So you are right, I get the same wrong information....

    It is really strange behavior.

    Best regards,

    Mic