Wired Intelligent Edge (Campus Switching and Routing)

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Stacking question

I have 6 switches on the same model (2930F), trying to do virtual switching. please let me know is it ok to configure this or please provide the right solution

 

Switch 1

vsf member 1 link 1 49 (link to switch 2)
vsf member 1 link 1 50 (back up/ redundant link to switch 2)
vsf member 1 priority 160
vsf enable domain 5

 

Switch 2:

vsf member 2 link 1 49 (link to switch 1)
vsf member 2 link 1 50 (back up/ redundant link to switch 1)
vsf member 2 link 2 51 (link to switch 3)
vsf member 2 link 2 52 (back up/ redundant link to switch 3)
vsf member 2 priority 150
vsf enable domain 5


switch 3

vsf member 3 link 2 49 (link to switch 2)
vsf member 3 link 2 50 (back up/ redundant link to switch 2)
vsf member 3 link 1 51 (link to switch 4)
vsf member 3 link 2 52 (back up/ redundant link to switch 4)
vsf member 3 priority 140
vsf enable domain 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MVP Expert

Re: Stacking question

Greetings!

 

The configuration looks essentially correct; however, the configuration for all three members will actually be done on member 1.

 

Start by configuring member 1's VSF links and priority, then enable VSF. Once the switch reboots into VSF mode as the stack Commander, configure the settings for members 2 and 3 (starting with the member type — 'vsf member 2 type <part number>') before connecting them to the Commander. Don't forget to use the VSF port numbering for the VSF links — 1/x for member 1, 2/x for member 2, etc.



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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Stacking question

Thanks for the validation and suggestion, it worked out great. 

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