Adding N5K-M1600 Module to Existing Nexus 5010 Switches
From the "Cisco Nexus 5000 Series Hardware Installation Guide", I see that for 5010 model switches, "the chassis supports hot swapping of the expansion modules." This makes me think that if the switch was booted up with a module in place and it then had issues, then I can pull the module out and replace it.
What about a running switch that does not current have an expansion module installed? Can I simply insert an N5K-M1600 6-port SFP+ module and have it show up in the "show run" output, or does the switch need to be powered off, module inserted and switch rebooted?
Yes, the module was detected after it was inserted. We removed the filler plate, inserted the module, saw a couple of log messages on the console, ran "show run" and saw the new module ports listed in the output.
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