I have quick question about Cisco 9300 switch stacking---I have one switch already in production and now I will be adding a 2nd one in stack. Does it matter how I connect power stack cables? I see yellow and green ends on power stack cables.
Can I connect Green/Yellow on top switch and Yellow/Green in bottom one?
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Could you please answer one more question---I am about to install 2nd cisco 9300 switch and make a stack. My SW 1 doesn't have correct version of ios so I have already tftp correct ios for SW1 and now it just needs 'reload'. Currently, the priority for SW 1 is set to 1 and I want to change it to 15 and give SW 2 14 value. Can I do the following----
switch 1 priority 15
Do I have copy run start-config after changing priority value? what would be correct way of doing this work so my SW 1 gets priority 15 and gets the correct ios version? Thanks for your help
I don't think it matters:
Remove the dust covers from the StackPower cable connectors.
Connect the end of the cable with a green band to either StackPower port on the first switch. Align the connector correctly, and insert it into a StackPower port on the switch rear panel.
Connect the end of the cable with the yellow band to another switch (to configure StackPower power sharing).
Hand-tighten the captive screws to secure the StackPower cable connectors in place.