How to re-use a C3850 removed from a previous stack
Which are the best practices to re-use a C3850 removed from a previous stack?
I had two stacked c3850, now i want to use them as stand-alone switch.
I know how to remove switch 2 from the stack using "no provision..." command on switch 1, but then what I have to do to re-use switch 2 as stand.-alone? I have to "write erase" & "reload" ? or which other commands?
You can use the 2nd switch as it is, the only thing different would be the port numbers, as it will start like Gig2/0/X. If you can live with that you are all set to use 2nd switch. Otherwise go with wr erase and reload.
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