The time to boot up depends on the modules you have, your configuration, your diagnostic level previously set, problems with Flash memory, and the new features included in every version. A normal boot-up time can be around 5 minutes.
If you have the diagnostic level in the complete mode, then this level runs all possible POST tests every time you boot up the switch. This can take several seconds. If you have a fully populated chassis (which you have), this can cause the boot process to take several minutes. In Catalyst OS (CatOS), use the set test diaglevel command to change the diagnostic level to minimum. Alternatively, you can bypass diagnostics for testing purposes. The default is minimal diagnostics.
Hi everyone,We are a public school and we have had this problem for a long time now. Following is the topology:ISP -> Firewall(ip:192.168.2.252) -> Core Layer3 Switch(ip:192.168.2.251)Core Layer 3 Switch is connected to WLC(ip:192.168.2.8) and ...
Hi everyone, I always appreciate for technical support. In order to transmit syslog and Windows event log to the cyber security operation center, I have plan to connect 20 independent systems with Catalyst 9300. Since the IP address of each...
I stumbled across the mobile app on Android and was looking at the preview screenshots. I'm assuming this application is for if you have a cloud instance (hence the name) but I'm curious if this can be used with an on-prem appliance or if there are ...
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